Samsung screen is not calibrated properly. There is a line on the right side of the screen that I can't get rid of.
Unfortunately the line didn't show up in the video.
1) New LCD screen?
Should have an Installation CD Disk that comes with it. Use it if so.
Has the Drivers on it.
Driver: Small piece of software that allows the Operating System to communicate with a device.
Don't know which version of the Windows O/S you have.
The device in this case is the LCD monitor.
2) What is the NATIVE screen resolution for the LCD monitor.
Look up the specs on the monitor using it's Model Number on back.
For example I installed an HP 2009M 20-inch widescreen monitor, along with the 26-inch RCA ENV HDTV I use for a monitor.
I had to use the drivers from the disk, but could still not set the native resolution in Display Properties.
There is an alternate resolution to the native one that can be used.
The drivers from the disk made it so.
The 20 inch widescreen is 1600 x 900 (Pixels)
The 26 inch HDTV is set at 1360 x 768 (Pixels)
Right-click on an empty area of your desktop screen.
Left-click on Properties at the bottom of the list.
In the Display Properties window click on the Settings tab.
What is the Screen resolution setting? What is it supposed to be?
The Slider on the line is clicked on with the left mouse button, left mouse button held down; then the Slider is slid to the left to decrease screen resolution, or to the right to increase with the mouse.
Color quality should be set to High (32-bit)
1) Installing software (Drivers) from the Installation disk, (Or from the monitor manufacturers support website);
2) Setting the screen resolution;
doesn't help, replace the monitor cable with a known to be good one.
Still no? Your LCD monitor is going out.
Dec 07, 2012 |