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The computer monitor the screen its looking blurr I see purple lines and blue lines across the screen . could this be fix?

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  • Andrew Bestic May 11, 2010

    Are you using a CRT (heavy, large monitor) or a LCD display (thin, light)?

    What about the connection cables from the computer to the monitor, are they VGA (15 pins on the inside of the cable plug) or DVI (there should be many "twisted" pins, usually with a flat plate on one side)?

    Hope to hear back :)


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Also, if you changed the screen resolution to something your monitor will not support you will get the same thing happening.

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