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Viewsonic VX922


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Osirix

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I recently got the Viewsonic VX922 for my birthday. I used it while playing World of Warcraft for a couple hours and then the monitor lost connection to my CPU and said "No Signal". When I reboot it would come back. I thought my drivers were messed up so I reformated my computer. I can not get log on World of Warcraft now without it going into "No Signal". I downloaded the most recent drivers for the VGA Leadtek PX6800 GT video card and loaded the monitor drivers but it still does not work with games. Does anyone know what could be wrong?
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Facedown98

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Hi. Do you have another monitor you can try so we can determine if it's the monitor or the system causing issues?
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Yes, I tested it with a CRT monitor and it worked.
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I hate to say it, but either the monitor is somehow not compatible, or it's faulty and needs to be replaced. I would call Viewsonic if I were you and see if they know something... Otherwise, you will need to see if you can exchange that monitor for another model, or an identical. Your choice.
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