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Re: Acer monitor AL1916W question
Stand on your head ??? put the stand on the other end ??
Jus kidding ? Is it a monitor that offers a rotate screen feature ??
Did you buy it used ? almost sounds like the screen is in upside down which is possible but a bit tricky to do.
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Sounds like your video card. Check to make sure it's connected properly. If so, check to make sure it's properly seated to *********** board. The possible issue could be the card is connected enough to display the picture, but not enough to communicate with the monitor to stay on because it has an active feed. Best of luck fixing it
Not all laptops display adapters will allow the individual settings for a screen and a monitor to take effect correctly.
This happens especially when one is a widescreen and the other is a standard screen.
It seems your settings are taking effect on both screens at once instead of on each screen individually.
I assume you have adjusted te display sizes in your display settings ?
If so, did you adjust each display separately ?
You may also have to see if your display adapter has the most correct drivers. That may help.
Frontech external Miracle TV tuner not working with LCD(ACER 15") monitor. Error msg "input format not suppoting". But CRT monitor (samsung 14") is working with the same.
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