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Monitor: How To Remove "No Time Information" text at startup

by Zepherz / January 25, 2013 11:04 PM PST

When using a Samsung 27'' P2770H for a computer monitor, and upon boot of the computer and the monitor turns on, for a few seconds it will display in the top left side a gui box that says:
No Time Informaton
1920 x 1080
It only last 7 seconds or so, but, it covers over other boot information I want and need to see. If I set the time on it then it displays the correct time and screen resolution -but it's not my question or concern.

My Question is: How do I turn this prompt Completely Off so that it does not show at all?

I see many people have brought this up on various forums over the years which affects many different models of Samsung TV/Monitors used for computer monitors as I search the web, but there is not an answer that I have found yet.

My Question is: How do I turn this prompt Completely Off ?

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Re: How To Remove "No Time Information" text at startup
by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / January 28, 2013 6:02 AM PST

Hi Zepherz,

Unfortunately, that's not an option that's currently available. I'm very sorry for the inconvenience.

HD Tech

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please check again :)
by Zepherz / January 29, 2013 6:16 AM PST

@ HD Tech,
Well thank you for answering my post !

Isn't there a flash or something I can do, no matter what it is - I will/can be able to do it, am very tech savy.
I'd try to flash it in a heartbeat if I had the file fix

I've been trying to ignore this screen
No Time Informaton
1920 x 1080


..that covers up my boot post information on every pc boot for a few years now, but now that I've set up 2 new computers with these monitors (I have Two of them: Samsung 27'' P2770H) it is really annoying that I can't stop that from displaying. I will do anything to get it to stop!.

I don't want to have to buy new monitors just to stop that from happening.
The only Samsung monitor like mine that has a Built In Tuner and able to use it as a PC Monitor is the Samsung T27B750ND - does this model give that 7 second Time/Resolution prompt on pc boot? I don't want to have to jump ship on Samsung since I already own a LN-T5781F 57'' in our living room and we have been a Samsung family so far.

@ R. Proffitt, thanks for your reply, but it's hooked to new high end computers and vga is out of the question even if it did not have the prompt. I need HDMI only here, minimum would be DVI but checking just now DVI does it too as shown in the screenshot link above. Thank you though.

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A thought.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 28, 2013 6:12 AM PST

I looked at that model and it shows it shipped with a VGA cable. Try VGA next time?

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