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Computer monitor keeps auto adjusting screen

The monitor keeps constantly auto adjusting the screen when the computer is in use. The is no obvious way to disable this program.

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  • dorand23 Dec 21, 2008

    I have a Samsung SyncMaster731N black 19" monitor. When I swicth on the computer it keeps auto adjusting the screen. There seems no way to disable the auto adjust.

  • Anonymous Jan 11, 2009

    Hey, I have a Dell Computer Monitor im not sure about the screen size but roughy below 19" and it constantly auto adjustes for no reason aswell

  • Anonymous Jan 29, 2009

    I have the same problem that just started today. The power has gone off during the night and now every time I change screens the thing auto adjusts. Any idea how to turn it off?

  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    From the title of the question, I see that your monitor is a Samsung.  What model number is it?

  • Mason Loughran
    Mason Loughran Jul 02, 2017

    mines a Samsung SyncMaster 1200

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I have a Benq that was continually auto adjusting, I used electronic cleaner spray on all the controls (a good spray) and now there is no problem, suspect the controls were sticking, especially the on/off and the auto adjust button

Posted on Jan 27, 2010

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    fordgal15 Jul 19, 2012

    What is a good electronic cleaner that is relatively inexpensive?

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Try this: Right click on your desktop. From the pop-up menu, click on your graphics display (NVIDIA etc.) and then on the monitor you have (Dell1234 etc), or if not listed, click on 'properties', then the 'settings' tab, then 'advanced', then select the graphics display tab (NVIDIA etc.) Go through all the menus and click 'restore to defaults' and 'apply'. Hope this helps.

Posted on Apr 12, 2009

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I don't know if this solution is credible to all monitors with this problem.... but have a gateway monitor and it kept doing that annoying "auto processing" flash while i worked...but i figured it out...for some wild reason i held down both the "auto" button and "contrast down" button and it fixed it. it will take a couple of tries but on a lucky push I did it and it went away and i havent had a problem since...I hope i have been a little help :)

Posted on Feb 03, 2009

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Check that your monitor cable and power cables are secure at both ends. Appears that the signal is weak or intermittent

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I have benq lcd monitor that also keep auto adusting, I found that the poroblem was the ground conection from the front button circuit that had a bad connetion. So open the rearpanel, and try to fix the ground connection...

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HI,

try to clean the function button or replaced it if needed

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