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When i switch the moniter on i see faint lines running up my moniter ( very faint ) as if they are some kind of interference lines, my colleagues are using the same screen on the tables next to me but have no problems on theirs. could this be a settings issue?

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  • karun_bali Dec 23, 2008

    i tried no.1 but it didnt work

    i will try no.2 next

    thanx.

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Hi this shows your monitor has a interference by:
1) by screen refurbish frequency you may try to change this frequency from PC, go to screen setting go high level setting click monitor and change the frequency to 70(or other than 60) ,also you may try from your monitor.
2)stil trouble there, your monitor has a problem with power supply,
the capacity wave filter not very good condition. need to change 5V wave filter capacity (two),should be solved.

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