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Osd will not go away

After powering up my NEC 1740cx monitor, the on screen display should stay on for about 2 seconds and disappear, but it is staying on indefinitely. i must push the select button to make it go away. what could be causing this?

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  • walilkoa May 21, 2009

    the problem has nothing to do with my ability to use the menu. the poweron popup should only tell me the input path then turn off almost instantly. i reset the monitor to factory settings and tried turning it off and on again, but the input notifier still stays on indefinitely. i'm able to use all other functions of the osd and monitor just fine.

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Make sure you completely exit out out of your display properties..

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