I have a Cisco/Tandberg C40 in one of my clients' conference rooms and today it would not show any of the menus or icons on the screen. I thought at first it was the remote, so changed batteries, then changed remotes, but I kept hearing the beeps as I increased or decreased volume. Once the VTC came up I was able to mute and unmute the mic, but without the icon on screen I couldn't tell until I spoke if I was muted or not. I did a hard reset on unit and that did not clear up the problem. Has this happened to anyone before and if so how did you fix it?
Thank you Amlesh, I will not be able to check the unit until tomorrow morning. In looking at it from teh web browser I do see that the OSD is set for option 1, HDMI. So it may be a change in the monitor done with the monitor's remote. In any case I won't know till tomorrow. I'll let you know.
I checked the system this morning and the monitors looked fine. To be sure I cross checked the settings against a similar system in another conference room. The H and V position settings were slightly off on the system not showing OSD so I set them to match the other working one. No change. I then on a whim unplugged the HDMI cable from the monitor. This actually worked in restoring the OSD menus and icons to the screen, but there were out of position H and V so again I had to change the H and V of the monitor from the defaults. This does not overly affect the size of the incoming video screen so it's fine for now, but I still don't know WHY the OSD disappeared, and I don't know WHY it came back out of position. Any clues will be most helpful.
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