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Auto adjustment. An annoying problem I can't seem to solve. Once in a while my monitor feels it is time for an automatic 'auto adjustment'. Sometimes for more then an hour, sometimes for several days. That blue screen in the middle of my screen is terrible annoying. After a while it goes automaticly away. Only to reappear a few days, weeks or months later. Thanks for helping.

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After getting some clues from some posts on here I found an easy solution.
Take the back off the monitor- 4screws.
Unscrew the 3 fixing screws holding the little circuit board with the control panel buttons. Unplug the two long multiwire circuit board plugs. The menu buttons and on/off switch will now be inoperable. The monitor stills turns on from the monitor main switch on the right backside of the screen. The screen resolution can still be controlled from Windows XP and your graphics card.
No more unwanted appearances of auto-adjust menu ! I have not yet tested this monitors problem long term but so far its just fine.

Posted on Dec 21, 2011

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Try this one:
the is not the same problem. But the cause is exactly the same

http://www.fixya.com/support/t117851-menu_screen_appears_all_time_flashes

Regards

Posted on Feb 10, 2008

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