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damian chmura Posted on Nov 13, 2006
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Blue Box in the Corner won't turn off!

Okay I hooked up my TV to the PC to watch movies and I everytime I change to Video to watch a movie from the computer there is a blue box in the corner that will not disappear! The model of the TV is SY2765S Here is how and where the blue box is positioned. http://img106.imageshack.us/img106/5011/dsc02651hj9.jpg And here is how it is set up, I have a 3 port Audio/Video switch to which the cable from the computer is connected to. The cable has audio and s-video, so since the TV doesn't have s-video I had to buy an adapter to connect it. (Port 2) http://img239.imageshack.us/img239/2813/dsc02652ii3.jpg Does anyone know how I can disable the blue box somehow? It is very annoying when watching a movie. It turns off after 2 seconds when I watch a DVD from the DVD player or Regular TV.

  • damian chmura Nov 14, 2006

    No, it is not anywhere on the remote.

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That problem might be on the remote of display settings on video display. There is one button that will turn that off. Try Display Settings

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