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When Iswitch my computer off,the monitor used to go to standby mode,but recently the monitor comes back on and displays the word aging.Everything works properly when I switch back on,so I am wondering if this is a problem with my Philips monitor.

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I'm not familiar with these monitors but 'aging' sounds like it should be significant. – Shinrai Jan 5 '12 at 17:24

This was a mode for CRT monitors back in the day, is this a CRT? Has something to do with technicians doing color temp adjustments or some such thing. Though if it is LCD it may have a different use or meaning.

I think perhaps if you go into the monitor's menus and find the reset, or restore defaults setting, that might get rid of it. Without the exact model I couldn't tell you the path, but it is usually fairly easy to find on most monitors.

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