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Please help me disable "Auto-Adjust" in my HP Monitor.

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Hi, I have been using an HP Monitor (2309v) in a Linux computer, It had been working for months but now it starts saying "Auto-Adjust In Progress" over and over again, I have tried factory resets, It is nearly impossible to change my settings because if I try and open settings when it is connected to any computer then it says "Monitor going to sleep.", I do have a Lenovo laptop that I can use to plug it into the monitor so I can change settings but I don't know where to turn off Auto-Adjust.

 

Sincerely, Bupone.

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From what I have found here, the option should not be repeated
It would be up to the user to use the option!
I did not see an option therefore, to deactivate it (but I may not have seen everything
Double-check what is stated here:

1859m,2009m,2009v, 2009f, 2159m,2159v,2309m,2309v, 2509m, 2709m LCD Monitor User Guide

Using and Adjusting your Monitor

If you have this same problem with other computers connected in VGA, it is possible that your screen is defective.

 



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Hi Thanks for replying, the links don't work.

 

When I go to Settings, Image Control, Auto-Adjustment then it just auto-adjusts. it doesn't display any other settings.

 

I will try to repeat the steps a couple of times and see if they do anything.

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as I indicated to you, it seems to me that you have rather a hardware problem
both links work, I just tested them!

1859m,2009m,2009v, 2009f, 2159m,2159v,2309m,2309v, 2509m, 2709m LCD Monitor User Guide

 

Using and Adjusting your Monitor

 

 



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Hey, It seems you're right.

 

The screen isn't defective on other laptops but it doesn't work in my Microserver, my microserver only supports VGA so I might have to buy a VGA to HDMI Adapter, I will try it out on a different monitor.

 

I will mark your answer as a solution because it was a hardware problem and other people who have this problem might use your solution.

 

Thank you!

 

Sincerely, Bupone.

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