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Parallel shadows across the screen

There is less contrast, and there are parallel shadows across the screen.

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  • eloise44 Nov 07, 2008

    We found out that it was not a problem with the monitor, but a computer problem. We hooked up the monitor to the laptop and it worked just fine.

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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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