Question about Relisys TL 766 Monitor
The OSD function menu keeps randomly appearing and will not go, despite switching the monitor off and/or rebooting. I've tested all the connections but to no avail. When its on screen, the buttons are not working and it keeps scrolling through the menu. The monitor itself is about 2 years old. Any suggestions?
Ok i think i know how to get rid of it now, i did an ATX reset on it and it does go away HOWEVER as soon as you push the menu button again it comes back.
ATX Reset: unplug the main power lead then hold down the power button on the front of the monitor for about 10 seconds, plug the mains lead back in and then switch the monitor on.
Posted on Mar 24, 2008
Fixed problem osd.
With nolmal measurements, the diode zener 6,2 volts were alls ok. With electronic ohmeter it types them, the d2 had 30 megaohms, the others > 40 megaohms. Changed all four, resolved the problem.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
Here is a definite solution to all those having problems with OSD menu on Relisys TL 766 Monitor.
Having tried many of the posted solutions none of which worked. The only option was to visit my local PC repair shop who disconnected the OCD monitor for UK £15.00. Spare parts for this model are no longer available. Only down side was the power indicator light in middle of now redundant control buttons does not work. Otherwise a monitor works perfectly. NO MORE STRESS.
Have been advised company may be in liquidation and spares are almost impossible to find
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
Have had same problem but this worked for me, and (almost) permanently - I say almost 'cos when had to reinstall windows xp, it came back until fixed it (again). Incidentally the "switch the power 'rocker' button on the side on & off very fast" idea is only a temp stopgap - it works, but only for a varying time, and the interval gets shorter and shorter. This should tell you the problem is in the software, not the hardware. And doing this will eventually cause the power button to fail of course! Here's the fix -
in windows open start and run. Type in chkdsk /f and enter. A DOS box opens saying something like such and such will happen on restart; do you really want it? kinda thing. Press y and enter. (if you've got spybot or other registry change monitoring it will prompt along lines of do you accept change? Accept it - it's only a line of code in registry telling windows to do a job when next restarts. Restart. On restart windows will load then will go to a blue screen and do its stuff. Let it. Will then restart again and as will try to delete registry entry having done job spybot (or similar things) will again ask if you accept registry change. Accept. Enjoy. Oh, if didn't work, try same again - sometimes needs a couple of goes to do it but always works for me.
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
I had the same trouble with my monitor, this is what i did, ihave disconnected the monitor from my computer and power outlet, and waited a long while so that all the static electrishety is gone away.After that i have sprayed a contactspray on the knobs off the monitor and quickly get over the knobs back and forewards and then i let dry the monitor for one day and then i have connect teh monitor back on the pc and when i set it on , i have no problems anymore till now.
Posted on Dec 15, 2011
The solution is what finnock said it is easy enough to do your self.just take off the back of the monitor,and take out the pcb board that the menu wirers are conected to.they are just push fit.as finnock said no more stress.thanks finnock ron
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
Bigger Al's solution on the '17" tft lcd " post works for me. I have used a hair clip and some masking tape to continually press one of the menu function buttons and this stops the menu appearing. Now what I would like to know is why it appears and what is the real cure?
Posted on May 05, 2008
Ok it would seem that it has happened to me again and the ATX reset doesnt seem to work anymore however i have found a new fix, the on/off button on the right side of the monitor, switch it off then on very quickly, seems to do the trick :-)
Posted on Apr 08, 2008
I am having the same problem with a compaq fs7600. its driving me crazy
Posted on Jul 30, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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