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My screen is off centre


Try to press and hold the "splendid button" for about 4 seconds. It should automatically Arkadi the image to it's optimal position. The "splendid button" is the left button among the six on the right side of the screen.

Jul 21, 2011 | ASUS VW192S Monitor

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Computer screen does not fill monitor screen - black panel above and below screen


Please check the resolution settings which should be at 1366><768 or 1920><1080. Also check that you have not slected 16:9 aspect ratio accidently. Samir

Feb 07, 2011 | ASUS VW192S Monitor

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I'm from italy and i got a problem with vw192s. It's an old model. My integrated video cart doesn't recognize this monitor and i can't set up 1440 x 900. can u halp me? thank you.


You can install as "default" or try drivers to a different model or brand, if new drivers for this model and make are not available. (See www.asus.com/support) In some cases installing the old model as a newer model can work fine, so long as the monitor can accept the mode...and windows will attempt to display at the higher resolution then switch back to the lower mode if it cannot.
Good Luck ~ Bono Fortuna!

Jan 10, 2011 | ASUS VW192S Monitor

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My computer monitor keeps saying auto adjust how do i fix this


Usually if the auto adjust is flickering intermittently you can attempt to reset the internal values to the factory settings. To do so: press the menu key on your monitor then choose factory reset. Press the menu button again then select all settings.

Jun 19, 2010 | ASUS VW192S Monitor

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What is the function of ato adjust


It resets the monitor to the "default" settings "Automatically".

Feb 07, 2010 | ASUS VW192S Monitor

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After reseting Asus vw192s I can´t have the normal color, It tries to autoadjust, for a second it is all fine and then turns into a darker colour, more blue. Don´t know what to do.


I have the same problem and you can fix it by entering in factory service mode:

1. Turn the monitor ON
2. Turn it Off
3. Press and hold MENU button and turn the monitor ON, led should glow orange
4. Press MENU again and service pop up will show up
5. Choice AUTO

Blue color on my screen vanished.

I have found this solution on polish forum.
http://www.elektroda.pl/rtvforum/topic1949561.html

Dec 30, 2009 | ASUS VW192S Monitor

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Wide screen problem


Try adjusting the setting of the video card instead. right click on the desktop and select properties and setting. select the screen resulution that fits your monitor.

Most monitors are plug and play and does not need a driver.

Mar 29, 2009 | ASUS VW192S Monitor

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I just hooked up my new computer to my new monitor and the monitor goes into standby mode immediately.


Here is the manual if you do not have one. Try that "Splendid and menu button for options and if you have another monitor please try that: http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/LCD%20Monitors/VW19/VW192/e2682_vw192-series.pdf

Dec 25, 2008 | ASUS VW192S Monitor

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Speakers


first check additional speaker to your pc and check sound output

Apr 18, 2008 | ASUS VW192S Monitor

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Set up of monitor


Right click on your desktop > properties > select on Setting Tab or, click on advance button to setup monitor resolution. hope this helps.

Nov 13, 2007 | ASUS VW192S Monitor

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