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Not sure if this is exactly the same as yours your model hard to find I had 2 similar monitors at previous employer and they both operated the same way
Taking a Look
1. Power Switch
Pressing this button turns the display system power on or off.
2. Menu/Select ? Pressing this button pops up the OSD menus on the screen, and used to
select ("Up" direction) the OSD control options on the screen.
? This button is used to select ("Down" direction) the OSD control options on
4. + This button is used to increase the value of the selected OSD control option.
5. 0 This button is used to decrease the value of the selected OSD control option.
Quick Adjustment Function
When the OSD Menu is not active, the following functions are available for the quick
Pressing ? button once pops up the OSD Function Main Menu .
Pressing ? button once pops up the small Brightness icon. Use +or 0button to adjust
the Brightness level.
Pressing + button once pops up the small Volume icon. Use +or 0 button to adjust the Volume level.
I have the 2436V (no speakers), but I suspect the solution will be similar. My screen was a bit to the left of the monitor's physical display area, and I was able to solve it using the built in menu (If you take too long deciding what menu button to press next, the menu will time out. Just start over if that happens. You will get faster with practice).
1) Press the menu button on the monitor (the menu appears). 2) Press the up button on the monitor 4 times to highlight the icon that looks like a slightly angled screen with yellow cross-hairs in one corner (the toolbar for positioning the screen appears - all 5 icons on the positioning toolbar are blue). 3) Press the menu button on the monitor to "enter" the selected toolbar (one of the toolbar icons turns green to indicate the selected tool on the toolbar). 4) Select the tool you need using the up/down arrow buttons on the monitor (I needed the one that moves the screen horizontally, you need the one that moves the screen vertically). 5) Press the menu button on the monitor to activate the selected tool (the meter above the toolbar icon turns green to indicate the tool is active). 6) Use the up/down buttons on the monitor to position the screen. 7) Press the menu button to exit back out (or, just let the menu time out).
Note: the disk that came with the monitor doesn't seem to have drivers for Windows 7, but allowing Windows to search online while updating the driver found a compatible driver online.
plz tell if your display driver is installed correctly and is the resolution is correct for the lcd.if answer is yes then you try to adust from the lcd's menu button.If still the problem still persits then u have to show your lcd to a qualified professional