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Wolfeymole

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Well then logic would dictate that once the monitor was connected to any good working machine and the picture was still the same then it would be the monitor at fault.

Would you agree with this Rei?
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Yes I do. Just tried phils suggestions. Though atleast the monitor is working atm :D Atleast for now.
Thanks again for the assists phil and Wolfey.

Edited by rei158, 31 March 2013 - 12:13 PM.

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Thanks for the telling question Wolfey :thumbsup:

I was going off the desktop being connected to an external display and producing the same result, in my defence though the description was a bit vague :whistling:
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Hope you didn't mind me offering a different slant Phil. :)
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Not at all Bob especially as your direct question clarified the situation and thanks for that :thumbsup:
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Well just to let you know that the next day the monitor didn't even turn on =), but it went into repair and now it's ok. Seems that some electrical circuits/chips may had burned or atleast something needed to be replaced.
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Thanks for letting us know Rei. :thumbsup:
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