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Samsung 19" monitor control problems

My Samsung 19" monitor controls don' seem to work. The brightness 'gauge window' is open all the time. Nothing I do removes it from the screen. The only button which works in the auto-adjustment gauge-- and it is intermittent. When it does work, after it finishes auto-adjusting, it leaves the brightness gauge window open at 100%.





























































My Samsung 19" monitor controls don' seem to work. The brightness 'guage window' is open all the time.

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  • Anonymous Nov 06, 2008

    I have exactly the same problem, but it seems not depend on the logic board; I try to use the same monitor on a different pc and the problema will appear again.

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Your logic board need to service.

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