Auto Image Adjust works with most video cards. If this function does not work on your LCD Monitor, then lower the video refresh rate to 60 Hz and set the resolution to its pre-set value.

Note: When using a monitor in the digital (DVI) mode, Auto Image Adjust and Manual Image Adjust settings may be grayed out. This is normal as the monitor will adjust itself when in the digital mode.


Windows 7:

1. Close all open programs.

2. Click Start, right-click the Control Panel icon, and select Open.

3. In the Control Panel window, click Adjust screen resolution under Appearance and Personalization.

4. Click Advanced Settings, and then click the Monitor tab.

5. Click the Screen refresh rate drop-down menu under Monitor settings.

6. Select the refresh rate you want from the available options, and then click Apply.

7. When you are informed that Windows will now adjust the refresh rate, click OK.

8. If the new settings are compatible, the screen will reappear with the new settings.

9. Click Yes if you want to keep the new settings.


Windows 8, 8.1, and 10:

1. Close all open programs.

2. Click Start, and then click Control Panel.

3. In the Control Panel window, click Appearance and Themes, and then click Display.

4. In the Display Properties window, click the Settings tab.

5. Click Advanced, and then click the Monitor tab.

6. Click the Screen refresh rate drop-down menu under Monitor settings.

7. Select the refresh rate you want from the available options, and then click Apply.

8. When you are informed that Windows will now adjust the refresh rate, click OK.

9. If the new settings are compatible, the screen will reappear with the new settings.

10. Click Yes if you want to keep the new settings.

11. Close all windows and restart the computer when prompted.