Question about Matrix HANNSFREE 19 Analog and Digital Widescreen Active TFT LCD Display HW-191D Monitor

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Switch from Analog to Digital

Things changed after hooking up monitor. Game shuts down completely when certain "moves" are used. This did not happen before new monitor was hooked up. In fact, I was using game with best sound in order to decide if I wanted to use monitor speakers. (no) Game worked yesterday. Monitor is only change. While troubleshooting, I found monitor was on Analog mode. That doesn't sound right. I tried to switch to Digital mode and got nowhere. I found no valid way switch to Digital. I'm not even sure that's the problem. I used the buttons on the front of the monitor to try to solve this then went into troubleshooting programs. Couldn't find a HannsG troubleshooter. By the way, I don't have a widescreen. HannsG JC199D is what I have. Square flatscreen. The directions given by HannsG are choppy and seem to be a translation. (someone did not a grip on their prepostions) My depth of knowledge of computers is a mixed bag.

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To move to Digital (you need to have a DVI cable for this)

I'm using the monitor now and typing these instructions Mine is a HW191D Silver:

Button Layout:

(1) Menu
(2) Auto Adjust (does nothing when in digital mode)
(3) Move up in menus
(4) Move down in menus
(5) Power


Press the Top (1) button to display the OSD Main Menu

The Press the button Next to the Bottom (4) twice (Input Setting should be highlighted)

Press the Top button (1) once to allow you to select between Analog and Digital (use the button next to the bottom (4) to select between the two)

Press the Top button (1) and it will change to the input that you selected.

If you selected Digital and you don't have a DVI cable connected, the display will go black and then return to Analog (VGA)

(1)(4)(4)(1)(4)(1)

I hope that helps

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