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common problem. might need tho be calibrated. turn off front power switch and then the rear main power switch. turn on the front switch, hold down energy save button and copy button, turn on rear switch and continue to hold energy and copy buttons until the screen displays an X in the top left of the display. immediately release the buttons and touch the X with a pen/pencil/pointed object. the X will move to the center and them to the bottom right of display. touch the X as it moves position. the copier will reboot and the display may work. if not, replace the touch screen. part #n2baayy00771.
OSD means "On-Screen Display. It is a control panel on a television set or computer monitor. It allows you to select viewing options or actually adjust components on the display such as contrast, brightness, vertical and horizntal positions.
For computer monitors, it is usually activated by buttons on the bottom or side of the monitor.
On the television set, it is usually activated either though buttons on the set or via the remote control.
I'll assume your picture is already oriented properly (horizontally), i.e. you do not need to rotate it.
There are 2 modes for displaying the photo ...
(1) the ORIGINAL mode - displays the photo in actual photo size, which may result in part of the photo not being visible on the screen, or,
(2) the OPTIMAL mode - which reduces the size and resolution to best fit the screen.
To set image size mode, select the SETUP on the HOME screen display, then highlight and select the DISPLAY IMAGE SIZE button, and go from there.
The first (ORIGINAL) mode is usually the default mode. When you select the OPTIMAL mode, the picture will be scaled to fit the size of the screen ... but you may see "dark" bars (e.g. on top and bottom of the screen) if your picture does not fit the exact screen size.
You are probably talking about the windows Task bar that normally resides at the bottom of the screen: . Two ways of moving this task ba, to top/bottom/letft/right position of the display:
Move the cursor on a blank/inactive area on the task bar, usually in the largest blank area towards the right, click and hold the right mouse button and drag the Task bar to the bottom of the screen.
Go to the Task Bar 'Properties' (You can get this context menu by clicking the left mouse button after putting the cursor on a blank/inactive area on the task bar) and change the 'Task bar location on screen' option.
Try connecting and external display screen to your laptop's external display port. If the external display is working, then try to access your laptop display connector (usually can access by removing the top power button access cover and/or the keyboard assembly) to the motherboard and disconnect and reconnect to motherboard. Power laptop back on, if still doesn't work, then could be the display invertor pcb or the actual display. If you have to order a display, make sure the display invertor board comes with it. Hope this helps, Ed.
It sounds like the edges of the video displayed are looking like they are curved in/out? I'm racking my brain trying to remember the terms used on CRT monitors and all I can come up with is elliptical? It has been awhile since I have messed with one. In any event, start pressing the buttons on the display working from left to right. You should hit the Main Menu right away. Generally speaking, there should be a factory reset function as a last choice. If you see that, highlight it and hit the accept button (it's the one you pressed to get to that screen). In the event you don't come across that, look for a Positioning choice and enter that screen. Your choices are generally a + or - for each setting. Press away on each choice increasing or decreasing until you find the correct settings you're looking for. If you're unsure of how to get out of a choice, do nothing for a few seconds and the screen will default back. Let me know if I need to clarify anything or you need a little more help. Grandkids are pesky but I've always found them worth it!
For Windows XP -- within the control panel, click on Display Icon and the following screen will appear. I have 2 monitors (Laptop and HP L1925 monitor).On the display properties screen, near the top of the screen, click on the “Settings” tab.When the “Settings” screen displays, select the “Advanced” button near the bottom of the screen.
The “Plug and Play Monitor …” screen will appear as shown below.From this screen, click on the “INTEL(R) Graphics Media Accelerator Driver for Mobile” tab near the top of the screen.Note: Tab stretches the full width of the screen.
The "Plug and Play Monitor ..." screen will change to show Intel Graphis Media Screen.From this screen click on the “Graphics Properties” button near the center of the screen.
The screen will change to show the graphics properties. Note, the screen actually comes up with “DISPLAY SETTING” selection (in dark Blue on the Left hand side of screen). To change Display settings click on the words “DISPLAY SETTINGS” (left side of screen) and the screen will switch to show Rotation options. On the top of the screen, select the “Monitor” you wish to change by clicking on “Monitor” button.Next make sure the “Enable Rotation” box is check on the right side of screen and then click on “90”.Your monitor should rotate at this point to portrait.A message will appear letting you confirm if you wish to keep this new setting.Specify yes to keep the new setting.
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Out of frustration I was sitting looking at the camera and thought to try all buttons and see what hapenned. On the righthand side of the camera in the bottom left position is a button marked display. Normally during live display mode, you can either switch the screen on or of by pressing this button (to conserve the batteries). If the camera is powered off and then on again, the screen automatically is in live display screen active mode again. For some reason my display remained off. When I depressed this button once after switching the camera on - voyla! The display worked again in live viewing mode. I do not know whether the screen is supposed to stay in the off mode when powered down in live display off mode even when it is switched off and then back on again or not, but the previous times I did, it was automatically on when powered up again.
So, before repairing your camera, please make sure that it is actually broken - refrain from making a fool of yourself like I did.
Thanks once again for your support
Regards - notsobroken
Hi I have a problem with my bottom screen as well. I was replacing the case as the hinge was broken. When i was putting it back together i noticed a slight tear in the ribbon cable which is attached to the board and the bottom screen. When I turned it on I found I had poor colour and contrast in the bottom screen however the top screen was fine. Where this ribbon cable is attached to the board there is two small cables attached to the board beneath it, maybe one of these has come away and needs repositioning or your bottom screen needs replacing.Try this site for diy tipshttp://site.powergamingparts.com Cheers Chris