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Monitor keeps flashing "Auto processing"

My 2005 e-machine monitor suddenly started flashing "Auto processing". How do I get it to quit?

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    Michael Spurlin Oct 21, 2008

    monitor flashes auto processing and shuts the screen off to black



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Do a factory or monitor reset from the monitor menu.

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