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Menu popping up

Why does the menu for my monitor continue to pop up on the screen? i have had this monitor for 4 years and this has never happened. it is annoying.

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Most common problem are loose board solder, LM7805 voltage regulator drifting,, bring the unit to a qualified monitor repair center near you...

Posted on May 09, 2010

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OSD Locked pop menu


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You must reset the on screen display in the menu. Hold down the Menu button for at least 60 seconds. A menu list will appear on your monitor screen. Using the adjust button, press the arrows to enter the menu. Scroll down to the Reset section.
On the right side of your screen, you will see an alternating Yes/No choice. When the Yes message flashes, press the Ok button. The menu should be reset and the flashing OSD control message should disappear.
I hope it helps.
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you have to open the back cover and first clean-up the pcb by sucking all dust use a vacuum cleaner check the microprocessor IC clean the area by soft brush then resolder if necessary. check the PCB.

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Menu screen keeps popping on and off during usage


Check the menu button on your monitor. Chances are it is stuck in the depressed position. (Sometimes an edge of the button will get caught beneath the frame.)

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no photos of said window presented? i cant see them?
must be OSD? the monitor brain on screen display (menu)?
even with the DVI cable pulled?
only a monitor stated, w1907, no PC
some monitors have button lock
read the manual ?oops HP deleted it...
it tells you to push the menu key on the monitor for 10 seconds
and it unlocks. (4 buttons right side left button is MENU)
doom?
that power deal sounds super bad, like the power supply is bad.
if the monitor fails by its self not plugged it to a PC
then the monitors is bad.
try a reset on it? ( power off for 1hr, or off then plug in with power button held? or power on with menu held (wild guesses but common practice)
ok found your manual page 4-8 shows menu page advanced
list line in list factory reset.
but if the keys are dead, and power lamp failing
the power supply is no good or worse. worse is always possible.
and expensive


ever see the support page, read the guides
?

https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/HP-w1907-19-inch-Widescreen-LCD-Monitor/3709665/model/3709666


its over 10 years old now. 2007?
walmart has larger one for $50
cheaper that parts or repair this.... vastly

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Config screen keeps popping up


A friend of mine had the exact same same problem. I think I fixed it, because it has been 2 hours, without the menu popping up. You need to open the monitor:

- Place it face-down on a flat surface
- Remove the cover of the hinge by gripping it with both hands and gently squeezing and pulling.
- Undo the 4 screws and remove the stand (base)
- Undo the four screws tha hold the cover down (4 corners)
- Use a flat screwdriver to seperate the 2 halves (I used 2, a small one to lift the back, a bigger one for leverage)

You will see a small PCB, fastened by 3 screws, at the bottom (where your menu+on/off buttons are) with a ribbon connection to the screen. Next:

- Unscrew the PCB, and gently lift it out.
- Clean the microswitches and the ribbon cable connection.
- Reassemble the monitor.

To clean microswitches and the connection, I used Kontakt Video 90 spray. There must be sprays on the market where you are. It's basically an alcohol-based cleaning spray. Good for cleaning video/tape/floppy heads, CD/DVD lenses, memory modules, etc.

Good luck!

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Pop up menu won't go away.


If you can do the factory reset in the pop up menu, try it. You might have to try with another power supply, cord, or computer and check where the problem is.

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This is a builti n feature on the monitor of course- not PC driven
A repair is not likely
Buy a nice new Flat screen

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Menu screen keeps appearing


Hello, My name is Richard; I work for Dell here in Round Rock, Texas. From what you describe, it sounds like the menu button is depressed in such a way that small movement activates its function. I could not suggest any real corrective options as this is most likely a mechanical issue with the button, and would require a technician to open the monitor and inspect that. I am not going to recommend you open the monitor case as it can be dangerous. I would suggest you call our tech support at 1-800-822-8965 ex. 726-8859, and find out if the monitor is still under warranty. Regards, Richard B Dell Online Community Outreach

Apr 29, 2007 | Dell E773C 17" CRT Monitor

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