I get a message that says change setting to recommended resolution. 1024X768@60HZ. This message is in a box in the middle of the screen and I cannot get rid of it. The monitor then automatically shuts off. What do I do? How do I set up the monitor?
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-the main problem with your monitor is the OSD buttons
-the OSD buttons could be stuck so you can try checking the OSD buttons one by one to check which one is stuck
-try pressing it if it could remove the stuck buttons or you can try using a toothpick to remove the stuck OSD button
Control Panel->System->Hardware->Device Manager->Monitor. select and uninstall. Then let Windows detect the monitor and re-install the drivers for your monitor.
Do the same for the disply adapter in the Ctrl Panel.
The problem of OSD Menus popping up automatically are usually caused due to a faulty switch in the Menu button which is getting switched on automatically.
This menu will not harm the computer but constant OSD menu will most probably lead to permanent damage to the pixels in the LCD screen plus it is a constant irritation to your eyes which are most precious.
This problem can be rectified by replacing the faulty menu switch. Hope this solves your problem Thanks.
Click on the "monitor user's guide" link to download.
There are four adjustable options on the OSD settings screen: Lock OSD settings, Timeout, H Position, and V Position. To change OSD settings: 1 Open the OSD setting screen under the Advanced menu. See “Using the On Screen Display” on page 25. 2 Press the Browse buttons to select the option you want to adjust. 3 Press the Select button to check the option. To change OSD lock setting: 1 Press the Browse button to select yes (lock) or no (unlock). The setting is automatically saved when you change the value. 2 Choose Exit sub-menu and press the Select button to return to the OSD Main Menu or press the Menu button to exit OSD. NOTE: Once OSD is locked, all OSD functions including the shortcut buttons are disabled. If OSD is locked, pressing any button on the monitor directly opens the Lock OSD settings window so that you can unlock OSD.