[LCD] What Is The Auto Adjust Feature On LCD Monitors?

Last Update date : 2012.03.02

 The Auto Adjustment feature automatically adjusts the fine, coarse, and position adjustments on your monitor to the incoming video signal.

Use it to adjust your monitor if you don't like the display or if you have made some manual adjustments that you're not satisfied with.

Generally, the Auto Adjust button is furthest to the right if you have a monitor with the function buttons set horizontally and on the bottom if you have a monitor with the function buttons set vertically. To initiate the Auto Adjust function, you push the Auto Adjust button once.

For the exact location of the Auto Adjust button on your monitor, see your user's manual.

Auto Adjust and Digital LCD Monitors

If you have a digital LCD monitor, Auto Adjust does not work when you set your monitor to the Digital or DVI mode.  If you try to use Auto Adjust when you've set your monitor to the Digital mode, the monitor displays the Auto Adjust Not Available message.

To adjust the image, you must use the Windows Display Properties dialog or the software provided with your video card. On most monitors, you can also use the OSD menu to adjust some of the settings.

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