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After few minutes I have disturbance in picture on SM T200

Samsung SM T200 is connected with DVI to my PC. After I turn my PC on it's usualy working for few minutes normally but then I get a disturbance (buzz, noise) in the picture and with time there is even more noise until the monitor turns off by it self.
I'm not sure if this is a problem of a graphic card or a monitor

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  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    Can you borrow another monitor to see which it is?

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I have almost the same problem and can't find a solution... hopefully the guy who made my computer know whats wrong with it...
my samsung syncmaster is also connected to the DVi port(digital)
and it's sometimes working for a day and other times for a minute of 5.
and now i get it always in games what i get is:
-screen go black and in the top left corner yuo see analog(VGA port)and then digital(DVI) again.
and this will continue for at least 5 min sometime it stops after that sometimes never and i need to reboot(1of 5 times that work sadly)
-i get a buzz sound while he is doing that.
-sometime i get a green flash in the shape of what i was doing and then he change again.


can anyone help me/us? 

 

Posted on Aug 01, 2009

  • g0dverark_nl Nov 27, 2009

    it's youre graphics card and youre monitor just buy a new grqaphics card and sent the monitor to samsung, i had the same problem with my t200 on a ati radeon HD 4850 512 mb connected to dvi, and i sent it tobest buy to repair it but they dont even know what it is so just search for youre garraty and you will be fine just like me.

    ps: best buy did 11 weeks over it and it was still not working by then.

  • g0dverark_nl Nov 27, 2009

    srry for my bad english ^^

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