Dear Lilrose: Here's how to dim your FS7600 monitor. Press
"menu" on the front of your monitor. Now press + button until
the icon just to the very right of the 12 0 clock position is
highlighted. Now press select. A graph will appear and by
pressing the minus button the screen should start to darken.
When you are satisfied, push the menu button to escape.
Hope this helps.
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click start control panel you will see thre options change theme change desktop background and adjust screen resolution then select resolution from the drop down list you can adjust to your preffered settings 1024x 768 is usually recomended (you have not stated your problem)
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Hello, I think the picture board on your monitor is malfunctioning that is why it brings those small lines on the screen, and since it even goes
black after a while, it means the
board of your monitor has developed fault.
The best thing for you
do now is to take the monitor to a local repairer within your vicinity or
any service center
to help with the replacement of the picture board
because the fault is not something you can fix yourself, in order not to
Go into your "Device Manager" in Windows and find out if your HDTV monitor is still installed. Delete the settings under the monitor tab and reboot the computer. With any luck the reboot will cause Windows to re-detect your current monitor and install the proper settings. A similar process may need to be followed with your video card driver as well. CAUTION: Make sure you have a disk or some means of installing a copy of your video card driver before you delete out the currently installed one.
Check the "Power Options" in your "Control Panel" (classic view). For whatever option you have picked, click "Change plan settings". There you can either "Restore default settings", or manually "Change advanced settings". If you choose "advanced settings", look for "Display" / "Display brightness".
The microphone connector is on the rear of the monitor, and you need to connect it to your computer's microphone input jack. The cable is the same kind you would use to connect the audio output jack to the input on a set of computer speakers. Once the microphone is plugged in it works just like any standard microphone. No special drivers are needed for the monitor, but you do need to be sure that the proper drivers for your computer's sound devices have been installed.
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If the problem is only happening on battery operation, the pack may have one or more failed cells, reducing the available voltage below the level that the display inverter needs to keep the fluorescent backlight at full brightness.
The display is the power hungriest part after the processor itself.
The pack should have a rating on it and any multimeter (everyone should have one-digitals are dirt cheap) will tell you if the pack is charging up to its rated voltage.
There are usually controls, button or knobs, to "Stretch" "Move" "Pincusion" and others... have you tried this, as this is what it "Sounds" like to me from ya description? If there are NO controls on the front to accomplish this task, at the REAR of the unit there should be controls marked to show the function. Below is a link where ya will find a Manual that may help ya.