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If the light inside the monitor is no good, you'll still be able to very faintly see the "shadow" images of what is being displayed. If you just plug in the monitor by itself to power and turn it on, does anything happen?
[u][b]LCD Monitor Shadow Effect[/b][/u]
This problem is best described as the LCD monitor "Shadow Effect". The solution to this very simple. No software or hard ware changes required. The cables that are connected to the LCD monitors are causing the problem. Its also called as electromagnetic noise or electrical noise. [u][b]Solution: [/b][/u]Keep the two cables - (power cable and moitor display cable), that are connected to the LCD monitor as far away as possible with each other and also away from other electrical cables.
Thats it. Your shadow effect is fixed.
YOU ARE EXPERIENCING THE EFFECT OF GHOSTING. iT CAN BE FIXED
cREATE A 1200X1600 100% WHITE .GIF TO USE AS A SCREEN SAVER. (IN WINDOWS YOU CAN ADD IT TO MY PICTURES SLIDESHOW)
Set this slide show to run after 2 minutes of non use. Set the nonitor to power off in a short amount of non use. say 15 minutes. Do that for a couple of days and the ghosting affect will go away . You can then turn to a more reasonable screen saver.
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I read through other solutions to this problem because I had the same problem. I checked to make sure electrical cords were properly attached, and vola! problem solved! I had no idea this problem could be fixed just by checking the cord connections. Thanks a million for posting this solution. I had been putting up with the shadowing, streaking for months! You really made my day.