Question about Kogi l5qx-ta ko 15" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
I noticed a day ago that my monitor would just stay on and when I pushed the button to turn it off, it wouldn't click and would just stay on. I turned it off by unplugging it and the next day I plugged it into the surge proctector and nothing happened. Then I plugged it into the wall and the montior came on. I worked on it for 10 mintues and then my monitor screen just went off. Not sure what to do?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hold the menu button down long enough and it should unlock, if it unlocks and then locks back up immediately, you have a problem on the main board
Posted on Mar 17, 2007
SOURCE: Kogi L9ch 19 in flat monitor
(I posted the latest post.) Change the resolution. (Mine was 1024 by 768, so I changed it first to 800 by 600 and then back to 1024 by 768, and it's back to normal!)
Hope that helps.
Posted on Nov 05, 2007
Startt the pc in SAFE MODE and change thr resolution of the screen, the computer does not work on 1280 X1024, so AT THE BOOT TIME PRES F8 chose save mode with windows, tan on the property of the display change the video resolution at 1280 X1024, and i think you don't have the video driver instaled not sure but u can chek that as well.chek run WINDOWS UPDATE if your diver is not in place. to chek driver take a look in computer management DEVICE MANAGER.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
SOURCE: kogi 17'' flat screen monitor
there are four(4) buttons on your monitor to the left of the on/off switch.
Press the first one to the left of the off switch, which will bring up a menu, so you can select
bright or volume, screen size, etc; Next, there are two (2) buttons to the left of the first left button
that you can push to adjust brightness, size, vertical, etc;
Posted on May 09, 2009
SOURCE: I have a Kogi 15"
This is the cord you're looking for. It's the same as the power cord for PCs. Only difference is the right end of the cable as that depends on which country you are in. You should be able to grab one of these at your nearest PC shop.
Posted on Mar 04, 2011
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