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Problems with screen

Screen turns on as usual, but turns off right after first display. when decreasing resolution it functions ok, but as soon as i set high resolution back, it shuts off.

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Re: problems with screen

Try these options, follow their order, it goes from the easyest and on: 1. every screen has maximum resolution, maybe the resolution you pick is higher than screen possibilities. 2. this may also be a resault of computer not recognizing screen. check windows defenitions, make sure windows recognizes the exact model of your screen. 3. reinstall drivers, reboot. 4. if problem is in hardware, you have to find what part is causing the problems. try connecting the screen to a new computer, try another cable, etc.

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My monitor s19a100n displays slowly when the command is already givento to Pc. What might be the solution for this problem?

That your PC is busy, the display has an offset of somewhere aroung 5 ms for your display. You won't even see more than just a slight blur even in quick movements. Anything above that orgiginates in the computer.

You might have set a bigger resolution for a new monitor, thus increasing the workload for your graphics adapter.

For a 1024 x 768 resolution, the PC must compute 786,432 pixels. Your display (1366 x 768 pixels) has about 30% more pixels to compute. (for an HD display that number increases to two and a half times as many)

(presuming, you run windows) start the task manager (right klick the status bar, usually on the bottom of the screen), select task manager and then the tab "performance", where you can see how busy your CPU is and whatamount of ram / swap is used.

Reduce your resolution, get a better graphics adapter, upgrade CPU / ram, decrease background programmes.

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How to display setting

There should be a menu button on the front of this screen, in this menu you will be able to adjust the settings for your monitor, brightness, contrast, size etc...
If you would like to adjust the resolution; right click on the desktop and select Properties.
Select the settings tab and slide the resolution bar to the right to increase the resolution or to the left to decrease the resolution.


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I want to install the monitor Hyundai L70N but I don't have any cd

You usually do not need a disk to install a monitor, most of them are plug and play capable. If your getting an image that is blurry and out of perspective you may need to change your display size " standard 17 inch is 1280x1024 " If your on XP you can right click on the empty desktop and go to properties, Under the settings tab you will find options for screen resolutions. If your on Vista or 7 you right click on empty desktop space and go go screen resolution, There again you will easily find your settings for your screen resolution. Click apply and then click OK. If your still encountering problems such as no image at all you may have a problem with the monitor.

May 09, 2010 | Hyundai ImageQuest L70N 17" LCD Monitor

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Why does everything on my screen look so small?

One thing you can try is to right click your mouse, and go to properties, and lower your screen resolution settings. The higher the settings, the better quality picture, but icons and writing will get smaller and smaller. You just need to set it to something that is good for you! After you change it, you have about 30 seconds to accept your change, or it will go back the way it was.

Jan 23, 2010 | Dell S199WFP 19" Monitor

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Resolution problem

install your graphics card driver first

Aug 30, 2009 | SAMTRON 55V 15" CRT Monitor

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The power light glows solid, but there is no display. The screen doesn't come on at all

If the symptoms start from the moment you turn you PC on, and you don't even see the POST messages as it boots, chances are your monitor has given out the ghost. Time to replace it.
However, if you see some text lines and logos as soon as you turn it on, or turn the PC on, then your monitor may be Ok, and it needs reconfiguring.
Newer LCDs have a friendly way to tell you when there's a problem and will tell you, for example, when there's NO SIGNAL. What this means is that it may be expecting a Digital signal (DVI) and we're feeding it an Analog one (VGA).
On older LCDs, that may not be the case.
It may be possible that either the refresh rate frequency, or the resolution you have set your video card to on your pc/laptop, is too high for your LCD monitor, and it cannot handle these settings.
It would appear that the default refresh rate for LCDs is only 60Hhz.
If your LCD monitor displays text and logos as soon as you turn it on, then try the following:

Reboot your machine in SAFE MODE, pressing the F8 key repeatedly as soon as the initial POST messages disappear from the screen. Next, select Safe Mode from the different options shown.
Once the PC starts and you're running Windows, go to Control Panel->Appearance and Personalization->Adjust Screen Resolution->Advanced Settings->Adapter->List All Modes and verify that the resolution that's been set is within the range allowed by your monitor. Older ones only go as high as 1024 x 768 pixels in resolution.
Your user's manual should have this information. In case you don't have this information, change it to something safe, like 800 x 600 pixels, at 60Hz refresh rate.
Close all windows, reboot, and Voila! Your monitor is back to life!
Should you wish to continue to improve your monitor resolution, then right click anywhere on an empty spot on your desktop, and choose Personalize->Adjust Display Settings, and try a higher resolution, remembering to leave the refresh rate at 60Hz.

Should your monitor fail to display even POST messages as it boots, then it may have given out the ghost. Time to pull out your warranty certificate or invoice to see whether you can save on the repairs.
Good luck!

Aug 17, 2009 | Samsung SyncMaster 931B 19" LCD Monitor

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After trying to change the resolution on my monitor to maximum screen resolution it has just gone blank. the start up menu works ok but then when desk top and start menus should come on the screen is...

Move the mouse so it is way, way down in the lower right corner. Place a penny or dime on the mousepad touching the upper left corner of the mouse. Pull the mouse diagonally down to the right a distance equal to the diameter of the coin. Then back up to the coin.

Right Click

Take your hand off the mouse because the rest is on the keyboard.

up <arrow>


hold <Shift> press <Tab>

right <Arrow> 10 times.


left <arrow> (decreases resolution, right arrow to increase)


By the by if you can find a monitor that will accept the resolution you selected on the 'Properties' window you can switch it back the normal way

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Can't see items on bottom of screen

Use the adjustments on your monitor to scroll the screen display up a little bit. (Press enter to use the OSD, adjust the geometry or vertical position.)
If you're talking about the taskbar itself, on the other hand, and you are using xp, see here.
Then follow these instructions to scan your system for malware.

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I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
If I've managed to answer your question or solve a problem, please take just a moment to rate this post....thanks!

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Less H-width for higher resolutions

this is not the electronic problem, this monitor is made to support such (800x600) resolution.

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Font and screan to big and fuzzy

Right click on your desktop. Click on properties.
Click on Settings. Adjust the resolution based on the documentation for your screen.

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