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UtahTechDad
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HP monitor Main Menu / OSD Lockout cycle continuously

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My monitor has been working fine for about a year and just started cycling between the Main Menu and OSD Lockout. Nothing has changed or moved, and the temperature where the computers are is fine (borderline cold). This is a HP 1740 and the menus toggle back and forth approximately evern 20 - 30 seconds.

 

Also, other than the area that the menu and OSD diaplay cover everything looks just fine.

 

It does sound like others are having similar issues, so this appears to me to be a design / assembly flaw. Any help would be greatly appreciated, UTD

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http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Monitors-and-video/HP-w2207h-monitor/td-p/222913

 

my advice. don't buy hp products in the future, i certainly won't.

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Try a monitor reset. Power off the PC and monitor. Unplug the monitor and hold down the monitor's power button for 30-60 seconds.  Plug the monitor back in and then power up the system.

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LesSniper
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Hold Down the menu button for about 30sec......

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rhodes99
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SIMPLE FIX THAT WORKED FOR ME!!! Here is the fix that worked for me after two days of trying EVERYTHING to fix this problem, from holding down buttons, unplugging monitor, taking apart monitor, restarting computer, etc. On the monitor menu button, instead of holding it, I pulled on it. Try pulling on it once or twice. It must have been stuck because it worked!  

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Hi.

Press and hold the "Menu"  button for 30 Seconds.

after that you can unlock the OSD menu and can  use functions of the all buttons.

if you need lock again, Press and hold the "Menu"  button for 30 Seconds.

:Wink:

 

 

ThatITGuy
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this was a huge win, THANK YOU!

I had to pull the bottom panel off of the buttons to take the pressure off, once i did.. it went away!

 

sometimes we have to just stop and think simple on the solution to resolve it.. not a crazy button combo maneuver that is going to give an amazing fatality, just simple..

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