I have a iiyama pro lite 38a. Since i have shanged my resolution for more pixels and a better picture i have had problems adjusting the screen settings. Using the buttons on the monitor i have tried to adjust the screen position and brightness etc, but there is no 'save' option, and as soon as the menu disappears, my settings are lost and the screen is once again off centre and a bit bright. How do i save settings in this menu? Thanks
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My Iiyama Vision Master Pro 450 works with Windows 7 when connected with a VGA video cable that has 5 BNC RGB connectors that attach to the back of the Iiyama monitor. No driver install was needed; Windows 7 shows my Iiyama monitor as a "Generic Non-PnP Monitor" with 1024x768 resolution.
hi how old is ur monitor? is it a old type or a lcd.....in any case i would not open it ....if its a old monitor put it in the trash......and get a new one.....other wise if u have lcd get it checked out .....
I have such iiyama AS4636D monitor. In this day purchase. I have such problem with you. My solution: Desktop pc and lcd power off (230VAC or 110VAC) Power on lcd, after early desktop pc. This moment, when running the pc booting, press and hold you the " + " button. In this moment come in one blue screen. May be running on the sreen short message: check or select input mode: VGA DVI 1 2 . Select your correct cable connection type.
i do not know that but if it run under windows xp you can try in this way . if you click on windows start with mouse you have to reach control panel and after that there is (in classic diplay ) sound and peripherals , there yopu can try to check for the speakers if they are connected or not - i hope it was correct - delfo
Check that the power cord is fully plugged in first.
It is probably the inverter board inside the monitor. (if the screen does properly display ever then it is not the screen) It CAN be fixed but I do not suggest anyone open up a monitor (LCD or CRT) who is not "technically inclined."
If you really want to fix this particular one then take it to a local tech and get an estimate first. If it's almost as much as a new monitor then buy a new one.