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Envision LCD monitor: ''Auto Config Please Wait'' is always on

I have an Envision model EN-LM500 LCD monitor (product EN-5100e). For the last couple of years it has been occasionally going blank for half a second and then immediately comes back. It wasn't bad enough to do anything about it. Now, when it goes blank or starts up, I often get a permanent window in the center of the screen that says ''Auto Config Please Wait''. It's happening more and more often now. With that window in the center of the screen, it's not usable because it covers every other window. Is there anything I can do to fix it?
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Just tell me why this message comes up and if it means my monitor is going

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