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PC Monitor My icons are all blurry and fuzzy. Everything on screen is. Any ideas.

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  • jopsey Sep 25, 2008

    HOW DO YOU DO THAT.



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In side of your monitor there is something which yiu can adjust to focus it, all I know is that you better have it unplugged for awhile to let the power drain, and its alittle thingy you need a small screw driver to do.. if some one could explain this process better, it would help alot of people.

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Jopsey,

Try adjusting the WB (white blance) on your Monitor. That should come back to normal setting.
Good lucks!

Posted on Sep 24, 2008

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    Cj T Sep 25, 2008

    Jopsey,



    Well, by open your monitor OSD (on screen display). After that just look for white blance or image settings. if can't find it just reset to factory settings. If still have a same problems... Unplugged your VGA cable see if any damaged or just replaced another cable. Also make sure you are not running on safe mode cuz that will give you a fuzzy and blurry screen as well. Have a nice day!



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