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BenQ FP767 contrast keeps appearing

Hi hopefully you can help. The contrast setting keeps appearing and adjusting itself for no apparent reason. Have tried to recall the factory setting which it does but it still keeps happening, approx every 2minutes. Its very annoying.
Have changed the PSU in the tower to a 500W thinking there is not enough power this did not work. Have reinstalled the driver this did not work. Unplugged the power supply to my Geforce 7600GS this only gave me the sentinel warning. Why did it happen all of a sudden, I have it 3 years without a problem and now out of the blue this. Have unplugged for a day, this did not help. Have blown out the air vents this did not help. Any ideas. Im lost. Thanks in anticipation of a result

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    thnx seems sensible to me after trying every thing else im sure this will work



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The problem is with front panel switches.The contacts maybe leaky.You need to replace all the six switches.
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Posted on Jun 12, 2008

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