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My lenovo L195 lcd monitor menu is locked and buttons on my monitor are not working fine.

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Try to push and hold the first button on the left side of the power button for 10 seconds. I think it's a way to lock or unload the on-screen display

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I had the same problem and i found the solution .....
Press and hold the menu button on your monitor for 10-15 sec .
Now ..... have fun :)
Rate if was helpful :)

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