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Hello recently I have been experiencing problems with my Hyundai Imagequest monitor qv770. For a while now whenever I opened it it used to stretch itself besides screen range to the point where I could no longer see the entire start button or the time. Usually it would resize itself after a while. About a week ago it didn't. I tried manually resizing it myself but when i went to the h. size button on the menu it acted weird . Instead of offering a normal compress it acted more like the pincushion where the top and bottom would stay the same but the middle would come close together providing a time glass like shape. The V. Size works no problem but H. Size does not. Is there any software I can use to auto ajust it or what should I do. Thanks for your help.

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SOURCE: monitor will not resize

Depending on the video card you have installed, your system may not be able to support the optimal resolution of the monitor.
Not all video cards support a 1440 x 900 display resolution.

Posted on Sep 15, 2008

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I can verify after opening my monitor up as well that the solution posted by W_Steenhuis does in fact work. The power cord itself didn't have an adapter, but the power "adapter" was in the base of the monitor itself. The big circuit on that was where I found a diode and resister side by side that were badly burnt. I basically put some solder down each of the connections to the board to broaden the overall connection of each just to make sure that there were no gaps. Now my monitor works :)
Thanks again, W_Steenhuis.

Posted on Nov 07, 2008

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hyundai will not repair this however a electronic service center aka tv repair may. I can do it as most likely is it several capacitors that have blown. Hyundai is also a little picky to open they are assembled very well actually compared to other monitors (they are difficult to open up) let me know what you would liek to do.

Posted on Nov 13, 2008

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SOURCE: 19inch hyundai imagequest monitor problem, no screen picture

The first thing to check is the power supply to the monitor. Mine went a while ago, black screen nothing happening, turns out it was just the power supply. A quick search on your favourite browser will probably turn up a supplier, I found one that just makes monitor power supplies, so it must be a common problem!

If you have a meter test the power coming into the monitor, or if you're unsure put it to your ear when its plugged in, you should hear a faint buzz which means its working. Also check for any breaks in the cable and/or if there is a fuse in the plug which might have blown**

**If a fuse has blown, it might point to another problem, but at least it's a starting point

Tal

Posted on Dec 09, 2008

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