My monitor resolutions set-up menu keeps on popping every now and the. Any time i press the monitor power button, the menu pops out again. i've tried using different monitors but the same happens and every time i try my monitor on a different PC the same is carried on to the new PC.Hellllllllllp please.
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Under the menu options, there's Menu Lock. Switch it to "On". It worked
My menu button wasn't working, so to access the menu, I had to hold down
the arrow up button and push the arrow down button till I got to the
Menu Lock Option.
When you press power button press continues F8 key then you see safe mode and other menu enter in "ENABLE VGA MODE'
then go to dispaly property and settings then change screen resolution to 1024.768
then apply and ok.
what does the pop up menu say? I'm guessing it says something like "Optimal settings are 1280x1024, Press 1 to confirm, press 2 to disable". If the message is anything like this, your monitor is trying to tell you that your display settings are less than optimal. You can either disable the message by "pressing 2" or changing your display settings to the recommended resolution. If the menu you're getting is just the control panel and there's no actual message, leave your computer on, reach around the back and disconnect the power cable from the monitor, wait 5 seconds and plug it back in. Samsung monitors sometimes have a glitch and need to be reset.
Not all monitors can display the same resolutions. You may have has the Dell monitor set at something the Acer can not handle. Try rebooting and if you can see the Dell startup screen press F8 as soon as it disappears. This will give you the Windows Startup Options menu, which is text and should display on any monitor. Then select VGA MODE, which is the lowest common denominator for graphics. You should be able to see the Windows display at a much lower resolution (ie, larger fonts and icons) than usual until you can reset your graphics properties to work with the new monitor.
Under the menu options, there's Menu Lock. Switch it to "On". It worked for me. My menu button wasn't working, so to access the menu, I had to hold down the arrow up button and push the arrow down button till I got to the Menu Lock Option.
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