neurO May 17, 2014 @ 1:04pm
How to disable annoying Samsung monitor Auto-adjust feature
Do you have a Samsung monitor that occasionally goes blurry because you started a game and it 'auto-adjusts' itself to look good?
Here is how to get rid of the blurriness:

1. Move your mouse cursor somewhere hidden, or off the screen.

2. Hit the auto-adjust button and adjust the monitor.

3. Hold down the menu button until the menu goes away, and the light blinks once.

4. Congrats! Your monitor should now be perfectly clear, and won't adjust itself anymore!
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Bad 💀 Motha May 17, 2014 @ 9:09pm 
That has nothing to do with the monitor; it is because you are using an analog connection (VGA).

If you would use a digital connection (DVI, HDMI, DP), then there is no need to "adjust" the picture, as it would get a signal that would properly fit the screen in all supported resolutions and refresh rates. Sometimes it may be off in a way that you may need to adjust your "Scaling" via your GPU software, but other than this, Digital Connection is the best means of using screens that support such connections.
Last edited by Bad 💀 Motha; May 17, 2014 @ 9:10pm
neurO May 17, 2014 @ 9:14pm 
Originally posted by Bad-Motha:
That has nothing to do with the monitor; it is because you are using an analog connection (VGA).

If you would use a digital connection (DVI, HDMI, DP), then there is no need to "adjust" the picture, as it would get a signal that would properly fit the screen in all supported resolutions and refresh rates. Sometimes it may be off in a way that you may need to adjust your "Scaling" via your GPU software, but other than this, Digital Connection is the best means of using screens that support such connections.

Yes, but I currently do not have a DVI cable and I know many others do not as well. I just posted this because this stupid feature really got annoying.
Bad 💀 Motha May 17, 2014 @ 9:24pm 
Ok well just making u aware it has nothing to do with the brand or the display itself; but is due to using an analog connection. Pretty much any HDTV, Flat Screen LCD type of display/monitor is this way.

If it is annoying, use a digital cable if the display and your GPU both support that.


Also for best possible alignment when using "Auto Adjust" on such screen is to bring up something that gives u a bright screen color; like a full screen website with an all white background (such as Google) or simply opening something such as "Computer" or "Windows Explorer" in your Windows OS and hitting F11 to make it entirely full-screen; then do your auto-screen-adjust. It's much harder for the screen to align properly when you are displaying something with mostly dark edges, such as a dark or black desktop wallpaper; thus bringing up something bright when u do this can help.
Last edited by Bad 💀 Motha; May 17, 2014 @ 9:25pm
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