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Brightness pop-up window on screen for a long long time

i have a problem with my viewsonic monitor model:E70fB, at the centre of screen brightness menu is getting appeared with out my involvement (it's staying fora long long time) and brightness getting increased and stops at its max.whene ever i press memory recall button and turn off the monitor for awhile with in few minutes again same problem arising .i need a help ,can any one help me?

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There are a few things that could be wrong; someone could have a remote and be messing you about, a button could be stuck on the monitor so its increasing, the computer could be slow or signals might be getting mixed up. try and figure it out based on what ive said. good-luck!

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