Quote: Originally Posted by Qdos
I'd be tempted to first check the refresh rate and resolution are set properly, in case it's not a hardware fault.
Might be helpful if we knew what screen it is since your spec's list two models...
Okay! Checked refresh rate and resolution, that's okay. I've updated my spec so that it lists the model I'm talking about, the 23".
Quote: Originally Posted by bassfisher6522
I think Qdos has got the right idea there. To add to that, check the hardware accelerator in adobe. I just went through something similar and had to disable the hardware accelerator in adobe while watching youtube video but that was after I upgraded my GPU, that's when I started seeing the screen flicker. Worth checking.
Hardware accelerator... now, I'm afraid you're going to have to give me some pointers on that one, I'm not sure how to check that?
Quote: Originally Posted by Britton30
You might give the video cables the 'wiggle test'. With everythign on wiggle the ends on the monitor and the PC to see if you have any reaction. If so wherever you get a reaction would be the culprit. i.e. monitor or GFX adapter.
If that checks out, try another monitor if possible or that one on a different PC.
The monitor may just be bad.
I've done the old wiggle test, nothing showing up there. It's not flickering at the moment, as far as I can see, and wiggling doesn't change anything. I'll try and get it hooked up to my parent's PC at some point and see what happens there.