Parking Only. What is it and how do i get my monitor back to normal?
While exploring the settings of the monitors, I changed the "EXT. WIRE" setting which was previously set to "Power On" to "CAR PARKING" with out knowing what that ful well meant. And now it will not let me change the setting back rather it gives me a blue screen that says "PARKING ONLY". How do I change it back to "POWER ON" if it wont allow me to access the menu? HELP!
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This seems to be normal. When a monitor is not connected to a VGA or other source, it goes to test mode in some configuration. But if you can find the menu, setting or configuration button, there is a way to configure not to go to test mode. On my monitor there are only 4 buttons. But they are labled Menu, <>, Return.
The configuration for the modes is under monitor setting. This could vary from monitor to monitor. You should explore your equipment with a little help of noting down your way. The way I do is a notepad and pencil. I note down my action and follow back my steps if my requirement is not met or I did something very wrong.
Best of luck and let me know us know your results. This could help others with there troubles :).
Your RGB settings has most likely been altered, resulting in some problems. Check your settings menu on the monitor itself and reset the settings to default. If that is not the problem, it's probably the computer's settings that has caused this change. You will need to go to the computers monitor settings and reset that to default to get back to normal colours.
probably the color setting of the monitor has been changed. on the monitor panel press the menu button and go to the color option. see if increasing or decreasing the RED GREEN and BLUE color options sets back the monitor to normal. usually some monitors have a reset option also, by selecting it everything will get back to normal.
click start control panel,regional and language options select regional language options from the drop down list select the language you want also from the bottom drop up list you can select your present location location or another language
click start control panel,display,desktop you can select a different desktop from the drop down list also settings you can change the settings for more or less pixels or from the drop down list pick the appropriate level of color range or troubleshoot also select advanced then general dpi normal size,larger size or custom settings always click APPLY after making any changes hope this helps don
The native resolution of you monitor is 1440x900. If you previously had it set at a lower resolution (say 1280 x 720) the text would appear larger than it does now. You can change the appearance of internet explorer by using the Zoom function (Ctrl +).
try booting in safemode .. to do that.. reboot computer, as soon as it starts coming up, hit f8, then with the menu that comes up hit, start in safe mode, when windows starts up, just change refresh rate back, and then reboot normal...
There's a certain combination of keys you must press to restore your monitor to its factory settings (the original settings of the monitor ). The most common way is to press the up and down button together (normally beside the function/ menu button). Another way to lighten/brighten up the display is to raise the brightness settings of the monitor or by changing the contrast settings. This method enables you to customize the display of the monitor to suit your needs. If you still have the manual of the monitor, you can find instructions on how to change the settings of your monitor.