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Monitor Screen Bright with horizontal white lines

Can not adjust the brightness of my screen. The brightness setting is all the way to the left (no brightness). If I lower contrast, the screen is still bright but the display disappears. Tried degauss with not results. What can I do?

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Re: Monitor Screen Bright with horizontal white lines

I have an emachine 17" Flat Panel Monitor and I accidently touched the Standby Mode on my keyboard and now my menu won't work right. I can't adjust the color enough. If there is anything I can do to fix my problem it would be appreciated.


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