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Installed LG 1952TQ moitor. Unable to access screen controls. Push button at bottom of screen, selections pop up but my cursor slides below them. Keys do not access either. How can I get it set up...better yet, how can I get my cursor ON TOP of the monitor adjustment selections?

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Install Forte Manager that came with the monitor. It provides you with an interface to make the screen adjustments.

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