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I have the monitor settinggs program on the screen and I cannot get rid of it. the mouse will not enter the menu box.

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It should go away on it's own, it's your monitor's menu and the mouse has no affect on it.

Simply unplug the monitor from the power wait for 15 secs and turn it back on, if it's still there it means there is something wrong with your monitor.

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With most models of these monitors, hold in the menu key for more than 10 seconds.

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this will fix your problem ...

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