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#1 MarttiL

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Posted 10 August 2009 - 01:39 PM

Hi,

The monitor on-screen menu for contrast, lightness etc. does not work.
Iam using HP w2408 Wide LCD-monitor on a modern Windows Vista home 32-bit
computer.
If I for instance push the Menu button on the monitor the menu pops up but is "locked"
i.e. I cannot choose between the options and adjust them.
I even use Spyder2 monitor calibration, could it somehow disable the HP on-screen menu?

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#2 garmanma

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Posted 10 August 2009 - 02:45 PM


OSD Lockout
OSD Lockout prevents changes being made to the monitor through the use of the front panel buttons. When the OSD is locked, pressing a button from front panel displays OSD Lock-out for about 10 seconds. You can quickly remove the OSD Lockout message by pressing a front panel button again.
To unlock the OSD, press and hold the Menu button until the Main menu displays, about 10 seconds.
To lock the OSD, press and hold the Menu button until an OSD-Lockout message displays, about 10 seconds.

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