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I need to know how to get my sound back HP 2159M Monitor how to change the settings

I used to have sound but something must have happened.it says that the device is working and the drivers are up to date.i don't use the HDMI cable.

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There is no audio output on that monitor. So decoding the HDMI into analog is out. However, the simple fix is to plug your speakers or headphones into the green 3.5mm headphone jack on the back of your computer, and change the default audio device in windows. You can use both audio cards at once for different tasks, such as having someones voice come over your HDMI cable on the monitor, while listening to music on the audio out of your computer.

If you need any help setting the audio card, let me know.

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Posted on Jan 07, 2011

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Check the cord and connections for the monitor; this has one wire that must have voltage on it or the monitor goes to sleep, and a broken wire or loose connection will fool it into thinking you are powering down. If this doesn't work try going into power options and setting monitor to never power down.

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Here's some tricks I would try...
1. Verify the monitor's power cord is plugged firmly into the wall outlet and the back of the monitor.
2. Verify the monitor cable is firmly connected to the computer and the monitor.
3. Verify that you have turned the monitor power switch on.
4. If the power light on the monitor is not on, test the wall outlet (plug in a light or something you know works).
5. If the power light on the monitor is not on, try a different power cord.
6. If the power light is on and yellow or orange or flashing, but nothing displays, or the display is incorrect, borrow a monitor from a friend. If that works, your monitor probably needs replaced.
7. Also, you could try your display on a friend's computer. If it doesn't work, your monitor probably needs replaced. If it works properly on your friends computer, the problem may be with your computers video output port, motherboard video chip (or video card, if you have one), or drivers.

Good luck.

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Running a Mac with an Hp monitor


You are using a monitor created for use with a MAC, the only monopolistic systems manufacturer in the world. No one may make anything for MAC except MAC. That you are able to get something working is a testament to your tenacity.

Now, see whether you can use different cabling to connect the monitor to the MAC.

Use the DVI, or single round multi-pin connector between the two devices, PC and Monitor ... sorry, MAC and monitor.

With the digital signals more tightly aligned, you should be able to get the pair running in sync a lot more easily than with normal monitor to PC cables.

The MAC has been made to be a finer machine for the creative industry, so you must also be creative, and get the two working together using the right technology.

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Hello: Just recently, the 2159m HP monitor goes to sleep in the middle of an activity. This happened on two desktops and different settings. Repalced the video card, adjusted settings, replsced DVI...


Check the cord and connections for the monitor; this has one wire that must have voltage on it or the monitor goes to sleep, and a broken wire or loose connection will fool it into thinking you are powering down. If this doesn't work try going into power options and setting monitor to never power down.

Jan 22, 2011 | HP 2159M Monitor

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Is there any way to use headphones on the HP 2159m computer monitor? possibly external computer speakers? I have a desktop computer connected to the monitor by a HDMI cable.


There is no audio output on that monitor. So decoding the HDMI into analog is out. However, the simple fix is to plug your speakers or headphones into the green 3.5mm headphone jack on the back of your computer, and change the default audio device in windows. You can use both audio cards at once for different tasks, such as having someones voice come over your HDMI cable on the monitor, while listening to music on the audio out of your computer.

If you need any help setting the audio card, let me know.

~KenjiFox

Jan 07, 2011 | HP 2159M Monitor

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Maybe you can help me out with a problem I am having with our monitor. It?s an HP 2159m LCD monitor?.we just bought it last year. A couple weeks ago, I turned our computer on (it?s a desktop)?.and the...


Please check the video connections to make sure they are secure.
Some devices have the connections hanging straight down, and gravity works all over the planet.
If you have another monitor available, plug it in and check the computer's video output with it. If you get a picture with the alternate monitor, then you know the original monitor was the culprit.
It really does sound like a loose connection, but would not be surprised, you past the one year mark... that is when warranties expire.
good luck and don't forget to vote!!!

Sep 28, 2010 | HP 2159M Monitor

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First my auto adjust buttons on my monitor are in german which i don't speak and two ... my monitor is in all red


all red, sounds like a bad cable connection or bent pins in the cable connector ends, visually inspect them. If the red you speak of is very faint and uneven it could also be the backlight in the monitor failing, but likely a loose cable

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Hp monitor goes to sleep


check if there are seperate setting for the monitor. Maybe a seperate software you installed when the monitor was installed.

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Apr 08, 2010 | HP 2159M Monitor

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Window screen is smaller then the monitor. it is on the


For presice adjustments of VGA input run the Auto Ajustment Software on the CD

Additional image quality improvement use the clock and clock pahase controls of the monitor to fine tune the image
Clock increase or decrease the value to minimize any vertical bars or stripes visible on the screen backgroung
Clock phase increase or decrease the value to minimize video distrotion or video jitter

  • allow the monitor to heat up before adjustments

  • use the adjustment pattern application provided ont he CD

  • select OSD menu to select image control and change clock or clock phase
  • Incase of any error restore factory settings select the OSD menu and select factory reset and select yes



Feb 25, 2010 | HP 2159M Monitor

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Can not get audio working on hp2159m


Has sound been working in the past? If so - it's possibly a hardware issue but not always.I'll presume you're using Windows XP as the operating system.


Check these in the following order:

1. Check that windows volume is not muted. Depending on version of Windows, you may have a volume icon in the bottom right hand corner - it looks like a speaker - and if muted there will be a red circle over it.

2. Go to Windows Control Panel and Sound and Audio Devices settings.Check all volume are maximum.

3. Check that the right device is being used to output the sound by checking in Control Panel > Sound and Audio Devices > Audio tab. There are drop down lists. Check that Default Device is your soundcard (usually something like Soundblaster or similar.

4. It could be your Windows sound drivers. You need to go to HP website and look around for drivers.

5. Hope this helps and please report back how it goes...

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