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DSTM

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Hi Guys.This is the old PC. The text on the Monitor went Snowy.By that I mean white around the edges.It is a 19" LCD Flat Screen.Happened all of a sudden. Its a CHIMEI CMV936A. I Googled and can seem to find a help TUT to fine tune it. Just out of Warranty. Any help appreciated.:)
 

DSTM

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Thanks for the quick reply Seth.I forgot to say I hooked up an old 14" Monitor,and the text is brilliant,and sharp. I played with the monitor buttons, and then set Auto adjust, and then,set to default,but made no improvement.So whats your advice after this late info,Seth.Should I go into XP still? This happened at exactly the time I downloaded some Desktop Pics from Webshots.
 

Seth

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Well since the other monitor is fine, I can't see how it would be a problem with XP. But, try to toggle the clear type anyway.

Any chance you can try that monitor on a different computer?
 

DSTM

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I will hook it up to the New Computer, Seth.
 

DSTM

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I hooked the Monitor up to the New Computer, and not much difference.I then played around with all the settings,including Resolution,as you suggested,Dalo. I managed to work out how to navigate,eventually.Would be nice, if they supplied a "How To" with these Monitors.Much better now,as it was giving me a bad headache, the way it was.Thanks Seth, and Dalo, for your input,much appreciated.:)
Wolfey,this thread can be closed,mate.
 
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