LGM578RIO1OOGRNAO-TO2, have this box with the letters showing at
LGM578RIO1OOGRNAO-TO2, have this box, with these letters showing, with what looks like the monitors resolution, brightness, etc, etc.......in the center of the bos there is the White Balance in pink letters, second line reads .6500 9300, third line reads Auto, 4th line Brig Dsp1 and the 5th line read Dsp2 DSSC in the bottom right of middle box in Factory..........what is this, how do I remove it, cannot access it with my mouse...........
Re: LGM578RIO1OOGRNAO-TO2, have this box with the letters...
There should be buttons on the monitor that will help you with menu issues if you don;t have a remote for it.
You also might want to Google the correct monitor,, as the one that you posted does not exist.
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Did your new Acer Aspire come with a operator manual or some instructions. Usually these come with a diagram showing where all keyboard keys are and what they do. If this isn't what your looking for try pushing the "F1" key, this should take you to the help for your machine. As for typing a letter, you should have a software program called "Microsoft Works" look for it in your list of "all programs". It is a combination of word processor, spreadsheet and a few other really nice software programs. Good luck with your new Acer.
Open your monitor's back cover and on the circuit laid underneath the CRT you will find a big black object. Check it, there will be two knobs having H- focus and V- focus, control them and your CRT will focus correctly. If still problem persists on the CRT there is a white box with three control knobs, adjust them.
Okay, we got a fix by having another monitor hooked up to our computer and going in to display and changing the display settings to a lower setting. The screen resolution - turn it to lower - I guess somehow - the setting was too high for our monitor. Don't know how it changed itself though. Anyway, change it to a lower resolution then re-hook up your monitor and see if it works. The reslution can be pushed back up until you notice the problem again.
Some letters on monitor are fading out
if there is no problem with card then it is due to monitor high voltage section failure.
1 there should be proper output from power supply.
2 focus control on flyback to be set.
3 crt base loose
4 or focus wire going to crt base not properly connected due to some foreign material deposited on it.
5 at last if monitor is old there is a possibility of crt getting weak.