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The monitor automatically displays the menu that switches between different display settings and keeps iterating through them indefintely. Only does it when hooked up to the computer. I have two identical monitors and this problem occurs with one monitor only, the other one works fine when hooked to the same computer.

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It seems like a hardware problem inside the monitor.
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Posted on Jul 20, 2010

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