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PC STRUCKS & TURNINGS OF MONITOR


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MY PC IS FREQUENTLY STRUCKING BY SWITCHING OFF THE DISPLAY,WHAT I HAVE TO DO TO FIX THIS PROBLEM? PLEASE HELP ME.
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Hello,

First of all, turn off your Caps Lock.

Can you provide some more information? Like the operation system, do you have a laptop or computer (and monitor). Did you have the problem before, if no, since when? Did you just (un- or re)install a program what gives the problem?

I wait for your reply,
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i am using windows7 ultimate 32bit operating system,i am using pc(desktop) and samsung monitor but there is no problem with my monitor.from a week this problem is occuring i didn't install any type of software from 10 days except updating antivitus(avast free).

Edited by murali88, 16 November 2012 - 06:44 AM.

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Do you have the problem only when you turn the display off and back on?
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no
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Can you tell me exactly what you do and when? I can't help you right now because I don't have enough information.

Thank you.
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