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M4d$k1llz

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Hey, my monitor has this strange problem, sometimes (randomly) it will "buzz" and the screen will go into like standby mode for a split second turn back on, and the screen then appears as though someone made the height as high as it will go, and the width as short as possible, but if u try and adjust the "H-size" & "V-size" you will find that its still the same as before if went crazy and small, however i used to just put my hand near it and it would go back, then id have to poke it, then band it slightly, but now i have to bang it quite had so it like "buzz's" again turns off then on in a split second and its normal again, but i dont want to break it by banging it,

sry if u dont understand what i mean, ill try and get a pic of it on a digital camera, when my dad gets up.

meanwhile ill attact 2 homemade pics lol, they are meant to look like photos of my moniter dead straight on lol, and it IS a copy of my screen at the time lol,

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Could be an internal tube problem.
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kool, cheers, is this bad?? does it mean a new monitor??
a new part??

or just taking it to a computer specialist to get him to fix it?
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Will mean new monitor I would of thought. They have come down in price a [bleep] of a lot anyway :tazz:
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hey it goes "buzz" (as if id just degauss'd it) then it looks like this :: (attactched pic form digital camera) then i have to hit it, and it goes back to normal :tazz:,

although sometiems moving the mouse makes it go back to normal, or just touching it :)

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