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Re: monitor menu problems
Monitor menu problems?
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This sounds like a common problem on these TVs (it's happened to both of my AOC TVs a couple times). Try a factory reset:
1. Press and hold "Menu" and "Channel+" on the TV. (do not use the remote) 2. Using the other hand, press the Power button. 3. A small screen should appear in the top left part of the screen. 4. Using the remote, select "Memory Recall" and Enter. 5. Power off and reboot the TV and Computer. 6. Run channel auto-scan to regain the picture.
1.Right click on desktop 2.Properties 3.Settings 4.Advanced
1.Open Display Color Calibration by clicking the Start button , and then clicking Control Panel. In the search box, type calibrate display, and then click Calibrate display color. If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
2.In Display Color Calibration, click Next to continue
Depending on the brand and model of your monitor, there may be extra features that require special troubleshooting tips, or there may even be alternate ways of troubleshooting basic problems. For this reason, it is important to keep your user manual.
If you have come across an issue with your LCD monitor that cannot be corrected through the basic settings, you should consult the user manual to determine troubleshooting solutions for your specific monitor.
For example, The AOC 175F LCD monitor features a 90-degree rotating display, which, in order to rotate correctly within Windows XP, must have AOC's third-party software installed. This is not something required of all LCD monitors, as not all LCD monitors offer a rotating display.
If the troubleshooting section of your user manual still does not solve the problem, it may be necessary to contact the manufacturer's support team (via phone or web) to discuss what is wrong with your monitor
10% chance it is the button of the menu stitch. Can you tap the monitor on the front, sides or corners without moving it or the cable and make it go into Menu?
80% I'm guessing you have a broken but occasionally touching connection wire in the video cable. Take it off (both ends) and go to Micro Center or PC World and get a replacement. This is an odd problem...
10% chance it is the button of the menu stitch. Can tou tap the monitor and make it go into Menu?
Hi!! I have a Westinghouse L1916HW 19" DVI LCD 2ms Widescreen Monitor and it turns itself off . Sometimes it works without problem for long time or just for 15 mins, and after turn on it several times the problem disappears. Now,when it is working without the problem, sometimes the volume menu appear on the screen without touch the monitor and if you try to close it, appear again.. I am using it with Windows 7. I need help. Now, I have a router wireless close to it, Can it affect the monitor?
1. First cheak the control panel microswitches. if any dry points on the panel ,solder the drypoints.
2. Replaced the microswitches
3. Cheak Control Proccer input voltage DC 5 V, from power section.
4. Changed the 7805 Reguletor. ( near to Control Procer )
Initially, I would suggest that you do a full reset, that is unplug the monitor from the mains and the PC for a couple of hours (preferably overnight). The idea is that the monitor will reset itself to default factory settings. Thereafter try again.
Should problem persist, pls post back.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back as requested, how things turned up or should you need additional information.