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Windows 7: Unexplainable Monitor Activities

21 Oct 2009   #11

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by H2SO4 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Digerati View Post
Ah, the ol' try a bigger hammer routine. Well, I am glad it worked - hope it stays fixed. That said, don't let that stop you from getting a new monitor, you can always go dual monitors. Once you do, you will wonder how you ever lived with just one!
You're being saluted by my 6 megapixels worth of screen :)

Seriously, even lone monitors in the 24" class now feel like I'm peeping through the mail slot in the door.

Huge monitors and lots of 'em 4TW!
Well I use my 19, and a smaller 17 right beside it. Also it didn't totally fix my problem, but it sure helped, now it just ghosts-out on me like 3 times a day instead of roughly ~200.

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