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Monitor faults... tell me whats up please!


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Joseph Stalin

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Hello guys.

I am new and need help.

Here's a picture of what the screen looks like on my monitor:

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The screen has gone all fuzzy and purple when the computer is running.

But... the fuzzyness doesnt seem to effect the likes of the black load up windows screen or the blue login screen.

I know for sure the graphics card aint buggered because, i'v tried printing screen and sending it to another computer and the graphics have no problem what so ever. (plus is a brand new computer tower).

Sorry, yeh its a TFT 17inch Monitor too.

Got a feeling something has gone on the monitor on the LCD bits or something, I don't know!

Any help would be advised...

Its guaranteed so if anything can be done in the short term before I take it back that would be ace.

Cheers Lads (+ Girls? :whistling: )

JS
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fleamailman

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I share your feelings about it being the monitor, if it is it should be the same if you swap the screen with another computer
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You might also want to start your machine in Safe mode as see what it looks like with the generic windows drivers.
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Joseph Stalin

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Cheers for the responce guys.

Will give Safe Mode a go tomorrow and will feedback results. :whistling:
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