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Screen refresh is "jerky" when scrolling

I have tried searching for a driver that works. This monitor was included with a desktop from dell. It's fine until I start scrolling, then it really hesitates. I even tried messing with the setting to no avail (contrast, brightness, etc...) couldn't find a control for refresh rate. thanks, jp

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Re: screen refresh is "jerky" when scrolling

The refresh rate for LCDs is 60 MHZ, your problem is very likly a video card driver issue. Unless you've changed the cards you should be able to download the correct driver direct from

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Scrolling is very jerky. This is after a Windows XP re-install.

try changing the refresh rate , or install the drivers that came along with your monitor it will solve the problem.

Jul 03, 2010 | Dell E193FP 19" LCD Monitor


Screen goes blank after POST

If this problem occurs, it's usually after a monitor upgrade from CRT to LCD.

You're booting your computer, everything looks fine. The POST completes, Windows is starting up, then... Black screen.

You know both the card and monitor worked during the POST, so they must be functioning. So what changed?

Chances are the 'Refresh Rate' is set too high for the replacement monitor.

Put the old monitor back on and reboot.
  • Right Click the Desktop
  • Click Properties
  • Click Settings
  • Click Advanced
  • Click Monitor
  • Lower the refresh rate or set at optimal
  • Check the box 'Hide refresh rates this monitor can't display'
Shutdown, Switch back and try it now.

Good luck

on Oct 23, 2008 | Philips 190B6CB/27 19" LCD

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The sentences on my PC display screen move in wavy fashion from below upwards. It Dell screen and has been working well for the last two years.I down loaded Registry Mechanic of PC Tool. How to rectify?...

Have you tried to increase the screen's refresh rate? If you see some sort of blurring horizontal line that scrolls upwards, most of the time is that screen's refresh rate in your Display Settings are too low.

Jun 29, 2009 | Dell Computer Monitors

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Distorted shrunken picture


reduce the resolution to a bit lower and the refresh rate to a nominal 60hz and things should get back to normal

my hunch is u r using a slightly high resolution and refresh rates

but before that try the buttons on the monitor to see if expanding the image sideways or top and bottom would help initially

pls rate if this was any help

Mar 31, 2009 | NEC MultiSync FE700 17" CRT Monitor

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Scrolling lines on monitor

Weird... if there's still warranty on the monitor see if you can get it fixed or replaced with a new one.

Mar 06, 2009 | LG W2252TQ Monitor

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Envision EN 5100 E with Dell Inspiron 530...

you can try to reset your display settings... try 640x480 resolution 60Hz refresh rate this can be done in the control panel under display---settings tab..

good luck.if that doesn't work I would just return it and buy a viewsonic LCD here the price was just marked down from $260 to $130 bucks

Jun 25, 2008 | Envision H170L Monitor

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Screen goes black after 2 seconds

Simplest solution may be the screen resolution settings are set higher than the monitor's capabilities. Try lowering the screen resolution and refresh rate in the display properties or try booting to safe mode (press F8 when the Windows splash screen first appears) and see if the LCD will display the windows desktop. It that works, check your video drivers and the screen resolution and refresh rate settings.
If the monitor has the problem in safe mode and/or if lowering the screen resolution and refresh rate don't help then I suspect the a problem similar to one some Dell 17inch LCDs have. On the Dells It is usually caused by a defective voltage regulator transistor in the backlight inverter circuit. Troubleshooting that problem should only be attempted if you have experience at repairing electronic circuitry since it will involve testing individual components and soldering.

Jun 15, 2008 | Samsung SyncMaster 940N Flat panel Monitor

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Screen flickers badly at the resolution i want to use and no option to alter refresh rate - any ideas?

I assume you're using windows XP or Vista ? The OS uses data from the monitor to tell it resolutions and refresh rates supported. If you get flicker and cannot alter the refresh rate, it is because the monitor will not supprt a fatsre refresh rate. Your only option, unfortunately, is to get a new monitor, or the cheaper option, use a different resolution.

Nov 26, 2007 | Gateway FPD2275W LCD Monitor

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Out of focus/fuzzy

Your screen refresh rate may be too high for the monitor or one of the parts might be incompatible with windows try lowering your screen refresh rate. Or checking windows for a compatible driver for the chip or monitor.

Feb 09, 2007 | Sony DELUXEPRO SDM-X82 18.1" LCD Monitor

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Viewsonic VA712b 17 " flat screen monitor

Realheadache, Unusual problem, it could be the resolution and refresh rate setting your PCs video card is currently set at. I don?t know if this will fix your problem but its worth a try: - Now go to your PC with the old monitor connected, right click anywhere on the desktop. - Left click Properties from the box that appears. - When the Display Properties box appears click on the Settings tab. - Make note of the screen resolution. - Change the screen resolution to 1024 x 768. - Click on the Advanced button in the lower right hand corner. - In the next box that appears click on the Monitor tab. - In the Monitor settings section of this page record the value of the Screen refresh rate. Then change it to 60 Hertz. - Close this and the Display Properties box by click on the OK button. - Now try connecting your new monitor. Let us know if this helps and as always please don?t forget to rate this posting.

Feb 04, 2007 | ViewSonic VA712B 17" Flat Panel LCD...

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