Hi, what type of the monitor, LCDs or CRTs???? Also, will the shadows being shown at the same spots or at different spots at different time?? it could help to narrow the problem, post it on more detail if possible.
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A trapezoid has four sides. Two of the sides of the shape must be parallel, although they do not have to be of the same length. The other two sides can be of the same or different lengths, but not parallel.
make sure no other electronic device TV placed very near to the pc as there 'l be interference from electronic device. and also speakers must not be kept very parallel to front screen. keep little back or far off....... electromangetica rock yo!!!
okie might be possible that the main booting file of the computer might have gone corrupted ,
what i can suggest that u need to do a parallel repair of the OS in which u wont losse any data ,but by doing this u can repair the OS and the booting file for you ,
if you know how to do the parallel installation then it is well and good or else give me your phone number and name so that i can call you and fix the computer for you
What sort of shadow lines? I assume you haven't just noticed the two horizontal lines 1/3rd up the screen from the bottom and 1/3rd down from the top from the internal stabilizing wires that all Trinitron CRTs have?
I know exactly what your talking about. I've seen in many times. It' happens too in CRT monitors as well as LCD. It could ALTHOUGH be as simple as a bad cable catching interference. Most likely though, it sounds like a bad LCD driver board or video board. If you have warranty, call it in. Otherwise see if it lessens with adjustments of contrast and brightness up and down. This directly affect the driver board power and can improve it enough to be tolerable again.
Your driver transistors are failing on those "Rows" of Pixels.. a common problem .. you could try "Pixel Reviver" software from here http://www.wikihow.com/Fix-a-Stuck-Pixel-on-an-LCD-Monitor see if that helps.. but it possibly is on the way out sorry..
mt, the 6 to 8 lines you were seeing were most likley the prelude to the end of the monitor. If the problem only occurs when the screen saver comes on then I could say the driver maybe being corrupted by a certain screensaver picture or program. When the monitor warms up to a certain temprature the electronics start to fail. You may want to turn off the monitor while your not right in front of it to cool it down and prolong its use.