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there will be screws on the back which will allow you to remove the stand, then on the back of the monitor their should be 4 screw holes, use these to attach a a flat plate wall bracket to it. but if you can't remove the stand, then put a clap speaker bracket on the wall & just clap the base of the monitor, as this type of bracket can be adjusted both in & out & up & down.
Metric M4 or M5, they are about 50cent each at HD or LOWE'S. The length will be determined by the thickness of the plate that the screws will have to go through to go into the thread on the back of the monitor.
There is a screw on the part of the base where it connects to the monitor back, it is located on the pivoting arm, remove or take loose this screw and lift the base by holding the side opposite the screw. the base should lift off with at very most just a bit of wiggling. You can now use the wall mounting screw holes located under the corners of the sticker on the rear of the monitor, they are usually covered with a perforated area.
Remove the LCD monitor stand, purchase a wall mounting bracket. There are several types, one is on an articulated arm which allows you to left, right, up and down. Another type mounts flat to the wall with limited up and down adjustment.
You need to check the mounting holes on the wall brackets so it matches the mounting screw holes on the LCD screen.
You do not need drivers for monitor, just make sure you set the resolution output of your video card to the monitor native resolution and set the refresh rate to 60Hz. Make sure you do have win7 driver for your video card.
I have exact same problem but mine happened to 2 of my x2gen monitors at the same time,really strange.
One was purchased 01/07 and the second 04/07
Took my PC in, no problems
Took one of the x2gen in,was told monitor is bad
How could both monitors go bad at the same time???????