Question about HP Serial adapter (17302A)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: HP 1730 Monitor
It depends on your graphics card driver. If you are using windows xp, go to "control panel", "Display", select the "settings" tab, and click "advanced". You should get a properties page, one of the tabs should be "Rotation" - change to what you want, then apply changes. If you are unsure why the screen changed in the first place, check on the "rotation" page for a description of the hotkeys - most likely there is a hotkey set to rotate your desktop which has been inadvertently pressed. If not windows XP, then the procedure is most likely similar. Hope this helps, please ask again if you need more info :)
Posted on Jul 20, 2007
SOURCE: hp 1730 monitor will not turn on
There are multiple circuits for this model. I suspect your model is
PE1237. If so this model frequently has bad solder connections at the
AC socket. Also capacitor 2119 or capacitors 2041 & 2031 can cause
no power up. They normally are bulging if bad.
If your model is PE1238 (BenQ), you may see bulging capacitors in the power supply.(1000uf/25v)
Posted on May 09, 2009
SOURCE: monitor hp 1730 has no sound
Use a pair of headphones to check out that the computer's audio out is working properly. If it's OK, then connect the line output at the monitor's audio input and check the audio level at the monitor.
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Posted on Apr 08, 2010
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monitor, osd lockout Posted in Fixes ' Comments (32)
This has most likely annoyed many of you at some point. You turn on your monitor one day and see a jeering message telling you something about an "OSD Lockout". It doesn't allow you to change any of your monitors settings, including the setting intended to turn off this message. While I've only seen this error on HP monitors I know that others have encountered it on other brands as well. The fixes I provide should work on those monitors too. (Note: OSD stands for On Screen Display.)
Fix One: Plug in the monitor and power it up. Hold down the Power button until you get a message saying "OSD Unlocked". If the problem persists after OSD is unlocked then unplug the monitor from the wall, wait 20 seconds and try again.
Fix Two: Turn on the monitor and hold down the Menu button for 10-20 seconds. This should unlock the OSD.
Fix Three: Turn off the monitor, press down the Menu button and then turn on the monitor. Wait 10-20 seconds. This should unlock the OSD.
Fix Four: The Menu button may be stuck in a pressed in position. To get it "unstuck" you'll usually need to open up the monitor. This could be tricky unless you know what you're doing. Unfortunately there are too many models of monitor for me to provide detailed instructions. If you have warranty this is where you want to contact the manufacturer.
If you know of any other fixes feel free to contact me. Good luck!
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