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monitor problem -often fuzzy.

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by ksadeckas, Jul 15, 2007.

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  1. ksadeckas

    ksadeckas Thread Starter

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    I thought it was old monitor, so I bought a new one, but still have same problem. some text is crystal clear but some is very fuzzy. Graphics are the same way. I have a emachine T2245 an a new niko 20 wide screen monitor. Both this monitor and the old one work great on my laptop, so it must be my computer. I have reloaded the monitor driver from the install disk. I can send screen shots.

    Anyone have any ideas?????

    Thanks.
     
  2. dashdanw

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    try downloading and installing the latest graphics card drivers from the manufacturers site.
     
  3. ksadeckas

    ksadeckas Thread Starter

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    The stupid website says to use the driver that came with the pc. I already did that. Do you have any more recommendations?
     
  4. dashdanw

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    what are you using for a display adapter?
     
  5. ksadeckas

    ksadeckas Thread Starter

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    I am away from that computer until tonight. I will reply then. Thanks.
     
  6. Frank4d

    Frank4d Retired Trusted Advisor

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    If the monitor is an LCD make sure the computer is using the LCD native resolution (or at least the same width to height ratio). If not text will be blurry... looks like a shadow.
     
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