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Hi I was prompted to do a windows update and since then my screen is all funny not displaying things properly and the red cross etc not fully on the page, can you help?

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Do a system restore to the last known good date to see if your download was corrupt.

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Hi, I have a monitor that shows me the red screen, you can see the picture but is at least what is seen and thought may be the vga cable or may be the LCD which is damaged. I await your quick and...


Hi There and Welcome to Fixya,

The first thing you should do is to check if the pins in your VGA cable connector (from the monitor) and make sure if they are "complete and straight" - no bent or missing pins etc. It would be best if you have another PC or Laptop to try your monitor display out so you can determine which is really the problem.

In case you experience the same issue after trying the display out from another PC, then it is evident that there's a need to replace your LCD monitor. Now, if it's the other way around, then it's quite possible that you can resolve this by :
  • Reseating/replacing your video card (if you have one)
  • Updating your video display driver
  • Reinstalling your Operating system.
  • If it's onboard video, then I would suggest to purchase a video card compatible with your motherboard as oppose to replacing the entire board which is much more expensive.
I hope this helps,

Thank you for using Fixya.

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Hi, I just received a new Dell monitor model number PP32LB. The first time I plugged it in it prompted to either be dual screen or just monitor, and now my laptop automatically goes to just monitor and...


remove the extra monitor from the laptop, turn it off then back on, it should work normally, once its back on and normal you can change the graphics settings

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My screen is getting very dark do I need a new monitor. I've updated the driver and windows is telling me my monitor is working properly


check the setting of the monitor with the buttons on the monitor you should get some thing which says fatory reset etc. see if it makes a difference.
then also try to disconnect all the cable from the monitor except the power cable you would see a test screen on it , if it still seems dark then its a hardware problem on your monitor and you might need to replace it . coz repairing is usually expensive .

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Windows 7 wouldn't detect 1600x900 resolution after installed and uninstalled magictune premium, tried reinstalling windows, updating driver (Ati 2600 pro; ati catalyst 10.2), update monitor driver from...


Try setting your color depth to 16 bit first then 1600 X 900 and try a reboot to see if it stays. Use only the windows display manager to do this, not the catalyst control. If the resolutions stays you can try setting it back to 32 bit and saving. The true max settings will appear in your windows display manager, and not always in third party display management software.
Trust that before you trust Catalyst or magictune.
Remember not to force the resolution above what windows considers safe, even if you know the monitor can handle it. Also bear in mind that Win7 is not fully ready for some things yet, even if Microsoft says it is.
I never trust a new Microsoft OS to be fully compatible with anything, no matter what the press statements report. So far this has kept me from destroying many components that may have otherwise become damaged or corrupted.

Mar 10, 2010 | Samsung Syncmaster 2033SW Monitor

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Image is up side down


Hi!

Basically it sounds like the screen has been configured to flip the display along the horizontal axis. The purpose for this is usually for hanging a screen from a roof or stand etc. where it would be technically upside-down.

Check the settings on your monitor. Usually there is a Menu button you can press..what you're looking for is "Display Options" or perhaps even "Advanced Settings". Look at these options & see if anything jumps out at you..hopefully it'll be obvious.

Is it upside down even when you first boot the computer up? Or just when actually log in to Windows?

I'd need to know the make/model of your monitor to give you specific instructions but I've seen this once before when I worked at a hospital (a mental patient had messed with a doctors computer which I found quite funny at the time)...

Hope this helps :)

Nov 21, 2009 | HP Computer Monitors

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On Screen Display (menu) is Locked


Hi there - I read in another forum to use the left button instead of menu. Give it a try - power off and hold left button while powering on.

I'll cross my fingers for you :)

Aug 29, 2009 | AOC 917Sw 19" LCD Monitor

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Monitor went black in seconds


oboy, One thing to try is the flashlight test. and get backto me with your findings. Tell me, does this lcd show a nice display only for 1-2 seconds and then a black screen when connected to a fully booted PC with Windows desktop displayed? Shine a bright flashlight 1-2 inches from panel and tell me if you see the WINDOWS START Button at lower left of screen even though screen is black! Get back to me if you can. I'm louie12fix on fixya or lmistyrel @ aol.com BYE for now.

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Windows display


Looks as though the resolution has reset to Windows basic.
If you right click on the desktop, you should be able to see your video toolbox - NVIDIA - or whatever is installed. Click onto that and change the resolution.
Hope this helps.

Apr 04, 2008 | Acer AL1912B 19" LCD Monitor

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Changed graphics card-then disabled the monitor by accident, now black screen.Not even safe mode works now!


That's pretty funny (apart from the suffering)! It's doing exactly what you asked and displaying nothing to that monitor. Even if you safe-boot, the VGA thing might try to honor the setting (though it shouldn't if you have WinXP SP3.)
Booting to a command prompt 'only' from the safe boot choices and importing some regedit settings from another machine's video might just do the trick. (As well might adding a 2nd monitor on some machine and seeing what changes in the registry using a monitor program for that.... Some 'display' key probably contains 'disabled 1' instead of 'disabled 0'.... )

If you can get a LiveCD or bootable USB key of any sort (WinXP, Knoppix, Kevin's Rescue CD, etc.) you can probably just enjoy graphics settings by booting to that, and edit the registry or use WINCONFIG a little more freely than Safe Boot offers.

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