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Automatic adjustment message

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Lyneia, Feb 28, 2011.

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  1. Lyneia

    Lyneia Thread Starter

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    My Philips 190s6 monitor has started to display a 'waiting for automatic adjustment' message today, and I have tried everything to get rid of it, but nothing is working....

    I have already tried-
    -Going into properties, and trying to manage it from there.
    -Trying to use the buttons on my monitor, but nothing comes up.
    -changing computer settings, and checking all cables.

    Please can someone help, as it is very frustrating, and interrupts what I am doing. And I have no clue what else to do, to fix the problem. I even resorted to system restore but that did nothing...

    Thanks,
    Lyneia
     
  2. shadow6224

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    does the message pop up on the actual computer? or is it from the monitor?
     
  3. Lyneia

    Lyneia Thread Starter

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    Hi,
    Yeah, it seems it is an error message from the monitor...
     
  4. shadow6224

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    have you tried to see if there is an update for it? sometimes, companies will have updates for the monitor.
     
  5. Lyneia

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    Yup says there isn't any updates....but thankfully today, the message hasn't popped up yet. So I'm hoping it somehow fixed itself :)
     
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