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gawlfnut20

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:) Hi I bought a new dell studio xps. i have a 7 year old monitor that has been going gray lately comes back fuzzy then okay for awhile. is it time for a new monitor or is it something worse? any help would be greatly appreciated.
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rshaffer61

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Time for a new monitor.
Go flat screen and you will have digital hookup capability with the monitor. :)

If you give me some specifics on what you use your system for I can link you to some monitors that you might like.
Size
Main use (Movies, Graphics, Photo Editing)
Price range
Any Manufacturer you like or dislike.

Edited by rshaffer61, 30 July 2009 - 07:11 PM.

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SC2_2047

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If your monitor is an old CRT, then yes its going bad and you will need a new one soon. I had an old CRT monitor that with time the screen was getting blurry and it got to the point where I was not able to read anything on the screen. Get yourself a new monitor, they are pretty cheap now a days.
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