Question about Computers & Internet
Try fiddling with the settings on your monitor and see if it changes anything. Or maybe you got a defective monitor, I suggest bring it back whereever you purchased it and have them take a look at it so they can replace it right away if its defective.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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