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Windows 7: Monitors problem

18 Mar 2010   #1

Windows 7 ultimate x64
 
 
Monitors problem

Hi. Currently i have 2 monitors, and both of them had falled down from upper of my table to lower of it.
1-Samsung 17" had falled down on teh microphone. Everything works perfect, but in the center there is like dots, like shadows. Question: is there any way to get rid of those shadows?
2-LG FLatron 19" (very important for me) had falled down on the microphone to. Evetyhing works fine, but my eyes after that falling turns red after 15minutes watshing into the monitor. Question: is tehre any program or somethign to fix this, i think the problem is fraps or something...
Ty for answering.
Sorry for mistakes, im bad at english, if you didn't understand something, just say.

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18 Mar 2010   #2

Windows 7
 
 

Go throught the menu options on hte monitors (should be afew buttons ont he monitors themselves), try to search for "Degauss" if not there, try "Factory Reset" or "Reset"

Edit: Also try a new cable, maybe the connector got smashed/bent.
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18 Mar 2010   #3

Windows 7 ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Desslok View Post
Go throught the menu options on hte monitors (should be afew buttons ont he monitors themselves), try to search for "Degauss" if not there, try "Factory Reset" or "Reset"

Edit: Also try a new cable, maybe the connector got smashed/bent.
Edit: I restored settings. same
Tried to change connector... Doesnt work.
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