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Re: Volume Control Bar does not go away
IN THE SETTING OF THE COMPUTER SOME WHERE IN THE SETUP OF THE COMPUTER YOU CHECK A BOX NO ON PERPOSE JUST BY ACCENDLY PICKING IT AND NOT UNDERSTANDING WHAT THEY MENT IN THE BOIS, INTER NET OPTIONS OR YOU MAY HAVE TO GO INTO THE BOOT LOG AND UNCHECK THE BOX FOR BOOT SEQUENCE SETTINGS,SYSTEM CONFIGURATION, BOOT OR STARTUP FILES
REBOOT SYSTEM YOU MAY HAVE TO DO THIS SEVERILY TIMES
YOU MAY HAVE REGEDIT
IF YOU NEED THAT TYPE OF ASSISTANCE I MAYBE ABLE TO HELP YOU BUT I PERFER YOU GO TO SOMEONE THAT DOES COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
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I had this exact problem with a Philips 170B. I thought there was dust/bugs in there and tried blowing them out, to no avail. Eventually, I decided I had nothing to lose - I dug in and see what was going on.
There are three screws:
one each side, on the back toward the bottom
you also have to take off the stand - it has four bolts, accessible behind a plastic cowl - just pull the cowling off.
now you can get to the third screw - it's behind the stand. I didn't see it at first :'
Pull up the two tabs on the bottom of the display, and ease your way all the way around the whole bezel with a spatula or something. Take your time.
You can now get to the circuit board with the buttons on it. I unplugged the leads, the two screws, and eased it up off the two little pegs that locate it under the bezel.
The volume buttons are labeled "left' and "right". I levered them little fellas up and yanked them off with me pliers :)
While this worked for me, be prepared to DESTROY YOUR MONITOR - I certainly was. However, I am delighted that I no longer have to go out and replace it with 24" of full HD beauty :/
Usually for the volume bar to just pop up something would have pressed the volume button. It is possible that the volume button has gotten a malfuntion on it and this makes it to pop-up all the time. Try getting underneath the volume button cleaned. But preferably this should be done by an expert. Hope this solution has been helpful?
First try using MP3 player or any audio source to feed the monitor audio input jack (green jack) to see if you get the sound OK. Just need to narrow down the problem. The DC adapter for the sound bar is OK?
Crackling sounds are probably due to a couple of capacitors failing due to age, on the control board. (They can also "whine"). Should be easily replaceable by any experienced technician. Not a difficult job.