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The HP Audio box keeps appearing on the screen and turning down the volume(dont care about the volume) but the box will not disappear what do i do

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SOURCE: my volume menu from monitor pops up, volume auto-decreases

Was something spilled on the volume key? Sounds like it is stuck... you can use a fine toothpick and plain water to "scrub" around the key, there may be some buildup that inhitbits the key from "unpressing".

Hope this helps!

-- RT

Posted on Sep 02, 2009

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SOURCE: the volume menu on my hp w2207

dirty switch. I took my 2009m apart and cleaned the switches with alcohol on a qtip and the problem's gone. Not too hard to do. Leverage the case gently with a putty knife or something and it will pop open. Then pop around the edge to remove the back completely.

Posted on Feb 05, 2010

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SOURCE: the volume menu on my hp w2207 monitor keeps

Sounds like one of the buttons on the monitor is sticking physically. Try:

  • checking the buttons for dirt that might be holding it in
  • cleaning the buttons with a soft brush

Posted on Apr 15, 2010

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this happens when the program chip that control the functions in monitor does not work properly better rectify it with some technician

Posted on Jul 28, 2011

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