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Monitor Settings Adjust Itself

I've been using my monitor for quite sometime now, but lately, all the monitor settings start to go wild on the first 30 minutes after it's turned ON. the jog autatically selects any settings available on the screen, then later it increase/decrease, then selects another adjustment and increase/decrease value. i could not controll it. sometimes it just turn off by itself. any ideas?

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  • jgkiran Aug 03, 2008

    monitor settings appear automatically...

  • Jonathan Estrada Dec 08, 2013

    and somehow you might think a ghost is pushing some buttons :) this is an OSD controller IC issue. typical AOC problem. your chip needs to be replaced but its way more practical to buy a new one.



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Try connecting some other monitor to the system, if u do not face the issue, then issue is with the monitor, some hardware fault.

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