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First, it could be out of adjustment--turn the brightness and contrast controls up and down to see if it makes a difference. You could have a bad video card in the computer. Do you have another monitor to try to see if the actual video output is good? This is the easiest way of troubleshooting. When you start the computer, can you see any white printing on the screen indicating it is booting? Does the problem start once Windows starts? If so, try starting in safe mode. If you can do this, then I'd suspect video driver problems.
"It's referred to as 'flashlighting'. It's a common problem in LCD/led as the driving factor is lighting pushed through pixels to create the picture. What you are seeing is a spot where the lighting is passing through unscathed or overpowering around the edges since this is an edge lit tv.
Some TVs are worse than others even if they are the same model, size and even batch.
This can be caused by many reasons... You have 2 options, return and/or exchange it at your local store if still in that window. Or you can call the tv manufacturer to see if it is out of their allowable tolerance levels.
Remember some flashlighting is still within their specs so even though you may not be happy with it the manufacturer may not fix it.
Many people find some relief by turning brightness down, contrast down and some TVs allow you to adjust back light levels. If this one does then make sure it is not on high.
For more info on this I would go to hidefjunkies.com as it has tons of great info."...Also,"take it off Dynamic mode is the first step. Then put it on something like Standard or Movie. This will not fix it permanently, but will give you a better experience." (I hope this answers your question...if it was ME,I would take th darn thing back,if still within warranty period.)
my hcl 17inches monitor is displaying contrast,brightness etc automatically in the middle of the screen.even if i press the menu buttons it disappears for a sec and comes again and again.what should i do to solve this?
If your player has the red blue green video inputs on the back plug your video cable into one of them the picture will be a bit distorted but you will be able to see enough to change it back. I did this one time with mine.
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When it turns colors that usually means one of four things.1 cable is not set write, 2 monitor is bad, 3 settings are out of whack or 4 the video card is going bad.I would try to mess with the cables and if that does not work plug that monitor into another computer to see if it work and plug a new monitor into that one.You should be able to solve what it is then. Good luck