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Fuzzy Screen...

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by sifter, Dec 21, 2001.

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  1. sifter

    sifter Thread Starter

    Jul 19, 2001
    Hi all.......

    Havnt been here for a wile.....My problem at the moment is this...I re installeda win 98 _SE on my pc including the drivers etc..I reinstalled the Graphics card drivers the latest from Nvidia, once I had done all that I tweaked my settings for my graphi card and put the adapter on a refresh rate of 70 Hz and when I re booted I got a fuzzy screen. I have tried re storing it by playing around with the refresh rate ect ...re installed the graphic card driver but still no joy..Ive even tried playing around with the screen or monitor controls but still no joy...I have a feeling that I may have done somin to my Monitor ie internall damage..The fuzzy screen is not really bad but if you look at it for a long length of time it will make you sea sick..OH..

    So any one got any ideas as to a solution or is it a new monitor..I have the LG studio woks 775 n 17 inch....

    Speak later...your friend sifter....
  2. Mosaic1


    Aug 17, 2001
    Do you have a fuzzy screen in Safe Mode? In SAfe Mode you are using VGA and not the Video Card. TRy it. If it is clear, then something else is going on. If it's fuzzy you have a Monitor problem.

    If it is clear in Safe Mode, try removing the Video from Device Manager under Display Adapters. REmove any duplicates in there if they exist. REboot to windows and let It recognize and install the Video Card Software. You may need your install for that or to point windows to the correct drivers if you have them on the hard drive somewhere. (Although I would go with the original Drivers and see if that clears it up.)
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