I purchased a Kogi L9CH monitor recently, when I received it and set it up, I noticed that the screen was overly bright and green, I went into the settings and lowered the green to zero and lowered the brightness a bit and that helped some, but just to see if I could do better I played with about all the features. when I hit the auto tune feature however, I made a no-no. the screen display shifted far right and down, when I went back into vertical and horizontal position settings I could not get my display back into normal range even with max left and upward settings, redoing auto tune and restore factory settings options did not fix this, resetting the eprom did not help either, any suggestions on how to get my screen back into the frame?
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It seems that you may have a faulty switch, I have included a video that covers Video Monitor Repair and generally is the same for most models. Things to keep in mind when repairing units is that components inside can have high voltage, sharp edges and corrosive content.
Each model is a little different yet the component placement and purpose is pretty universal for brands and display units. Please take care when opeining and diagnosing the issues with your unit.
I read somewhere on another thread that you are supposed to power off the monitor and hold the down arrow while turning the monitor back on and it should reset the keylock. good luck hope this helps you
Here is one small solution.
goto start: -> control panel -> display
click on the "appearance" tab.
then click on "effects"
check the box that says: Use the following method to smooth the edges of screen fonts (and make sure to choose "cleartype")
You should notice the fonts are a little sharper as well as having a backdrop.