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LCD Cornea CT1700 Problem


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I've got this monitor, and I'm not sure what's going on with it. It displays images with very little issue, but text seems to have this wierd shodowish type distortion behind it. I've updated the drivers, tried it on a few different systems, and I'm at a loss. Anyone know if this is just normal for this particular monitor, or if it's done for?
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what text? all text? text in specific locations? fonts?
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Seems to be all text, all fonts, in all areas of the screen.
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have you tried a different monitor
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Yes, it was originally set up on a machine with dual monitors, it being the secondary monitor. It has a VGA connector, into a DVI adapter. I originally thought that might be the problem, so I changeed it to the sole monitor and used only the VGA connector. That didn't help. I then pulled it off of that machine and hooked it up to another one, different video cards, but I still get the same result.
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