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My monitor is showing constant 'auto adjustment in progress' in every 3 sec, i cannot get rid of it.i cannot watch any movie or read my email.constant getting black out and showing me that same msg

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It happens because you have selected( accidentally or otherwise) the resolution that the monitor cannot handle easily. So each time turn on the computer the screen tries to adjust itself to work with the resolution that you have selected. Select a screen resolution that the monitor can handle and work with.

Posted on May 17, 2008

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Auto adjust in progress


1. Push the menu button at the front side of your Dell monitor. The icon looks look like a miniature version of your monitor.

2. Push the menu button again. This will exit the monitor menu and launch the OSD (On-Screen Display) menu.

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4. Push the menu button.

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6. Push the menu button twice to exit from the menu. Your Dell monitor will go back to its factory settings default, and its auto-detect feature will be disabled.

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Your video card or monitor sounds like it might be malfunctioning. Have you tried another monitor? Does it show anything on the screen after turning on the computer? If it does then goes to "Auto Adjust" then try restarting and pressing F8 over and over until you get a menu. Then select VGA Mode. Change the screen resolution by right clicking on the desktop and clicking "Properties" then the "Settings" tab. Use the slider to lower the resolution and then restart.

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press the auto button for 5 seconds, if this doesn`t work , if you can enter the monitor`s menu and select factory settings.

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Sir,
Auto Adjust is a screen resolution adjuster which automatical adjust the resolution of graphics according to screen. to get rid of it you would require to install the drivers of your graphic card of mother board or any else.

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Check the cable connections from the computer to the monitor, you might have a loose cable or bad connection.

Otherwise: did you upgrade your graphics driver lately ? And when do you get these popups, always or only when (i.e.) watching video ?

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The problem is with front panel switches which needs to be replaced.
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