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Blurry Monitor screen


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Pantrwrstl

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My computer screen seems to be blurry, ive messed with the display settings to try and fix it bout nothing seems to help... can anyone help me??
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Have you checked for new video card drivers

Have you set it for clear type if you have TFT
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alright ive checked for new drivers and i have the most current but my moniter is still blurry anything els i can check
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Look for a reset button on the monitor

What resolution and refresh rate is it set to
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Could not find the reset button, not sure on the refresh rate or where to look for it
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One thing that i dont htink is right is my driver is set to NVIDIA geforc3 ti500, however on the front of the computer it says that the geforce 4mx420 is what is installed on my computer, ive gone to the hp website to try and update thedrive but it just stays with the ti500
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Download and install Everest Home Edition

Run the programme, click + next to computer then summary

Look on right for display / video adapter

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it says i have the Nvidia geforce3 ti500 installed same this under video accelerator
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P.S. Resolution is at 1024X768 refresh rate 60hertz
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Either re-install the drivers from the software CD you got with the video adapter card or look on the nvidia site for them. Look on the monitor for a reset button
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Tired the reset , didnt do anything. Went to nvidia website, downloaded driver update didnt do anything, went to hp website downloaded driver, didnt do anything.
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Blurs can be caused by "ghost signals". Ghost signals are most often caused by radio waves from multiple directions (just like a television antenna that gets ghosts from excessive radio waves). Check your video inputs to see if any other cable or a loose wire is connected to one of your video input jacks. An example: I disconnected my television (as a secondary monitor) from my VGA and S-Video cables but left the cables behind. The hanging VGA cable then created shadows(ghosts)on the text on my primary monitor. The television previously had grounded the wire to prevent picking up the extra signal, but once the cable was free, it acted like a mini antenna and created a ghost. The ghost disappears by either returning the television connection or removing the cable. There was nothing wrong with the computer or the cable itself. :)

Edited by kjsacramento, 01 November 2011 - 12:21 PM.

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