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LG does not show the 1750 monitor on their web site. It did show some discontinued monitors including a 1752, but there was no information available about them.
Another LG site said to use the far right bottom to auto adjust....for another monitor.
My HP has four buttons, MENU, <, >, and Return (also AUTO). Menu opens the monitor dialog box, with the arrow bottoms shifting through the menu. Select an item with return, then arrow to your selection, menu is also your exit button.
You may have a power saving selection here.
Also check the control panel for the POWER OPTIONS properties. A power scheme selection here will also change the mode of your monitor.
There are few possible reason that the screen doesn't comes properly. You should check these things carefully
1. Make sure the capacitor chipset is good .
2. Soldering need to be perfect ( because if you put more than it needed then sometimes it make problems).
3. Check the LCD paper displaced or not.
try to start your pc in safemode with vga mode with thjis faulty monitor
hope you know how to do it
start pc (powerr on)
then continuously press F8 key then it will show you boot menu
select safemode with command prompt
then if it show desktop on screen this means your monitor is having problem with resolution try to downgrade your monitor's resolution
rightclik on desktopgo to properties
here you can find screen resolution make it to 800X 600 just for one time
then restart your pc it will auto select proper screen resolution
I turn on the monitor, I hear a 'cracklin' sound Reply: In a CRT Monitor there is a component called EHT which generates High voltage which is connected to the anode of the CRT, If there is any leakage due to moisture can cause this crackiling sound, You need to clean this high tension wire or replace the EHT ( CAUTION : BE AWARE OF HIGH VOLTAGES )
The screen only shows a bright, thin line. Reply: The vertical Drive section of the monitor is faulty.