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If the buttons are micro-switch type buttons (like you would have on a car's alarm remote) and they don't have the proper feel, then the monitor is probably ready for the recycle bin. Doing a little looking around it appears that the monitor you have is prone to failure. I think you should look into a replacement. Samsung makes a great monitor these days. I would steer clear of anything made by HP. Here is a link to someone else's woes with that particular monitor. Good luck!
i held the volume+ button in while i plugged the usb cable. the computer recognized new hardware was found. i opened the phillips device manager and hit the repair tab. it automatically ran a repair through the mp3. then i installed new firmware through the phillips device manager. i lost all my contents but windows media 11 sync all my music back. THANKS ANYWAY!!!!