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Screen and colors too bright

Hello everyone, my NEC MultiSync LCD1920NX screen and colors are too bright. when compared side-by-side with my crt monitor, the colors on my crt are what they should be. Is my NEC MultiSync LCD1920NX suppose to be like that? Thank you for any help you can provide.

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  • jim tran May 19, 2007

    Thank you cramsvik. Your tip did help. My screen looks better. I forgot to add that I am using windows xp and my video card is ati 9600 pro. I also have one more question. When I play a full screen game, all the settings I set on my desktop went back to their original settings, and the screen is once again bright (like a layer of fog). Thanks again cramsvik.

  • jim tran May 25, 2007

    Thank you cramsvik for taking your time helping me out. I believe my lcd is a little broken. Yesterday when I was surfing the net, my lcd screen blinked and it got darker but looks great! when I set all the settings to original (same as the crt). This blink i believe is similar to when a crt has a problem displaying red for example, and then blink all of a sudden and display the red color making the screen color looks like what it should be. Thanks again cramsvik for taking your time to help me.

  • Anna0110 May 11, 2008

    Hello,



    My computer is too bright. I clicked the buttons on the monitor and I have made my Brightness 0 and my Contrast 0. My computer is still way too bright. If you know any solution or suggestion that could fix this problem it would be greatly appreciated.



    Thank-you.

  • ricklita Mar 30, 2009

    My screen is too bright all of a sudden. The words are all washed out. Adjusting the monitor does not work. No viruses detected. Help?

  • Anonymous Apr 05, 2009

    My laptop screen just changed colors and now the lcd is way to bright
    I tried to calibrate but it didnt work. Also when  i restart the computer the colors are right but then after everything properly loads it goes back to bright.

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My laptop's screen color is too faint..compared to my desktop..i can't even see the actual color of something...the laptop shows it's brown..but in my desktop it's Red

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CRT and LCD will look different when compared side by side. Is your CRT calibrated, or are they right in the sense that they are what you are used to? Also Anyway, you can adjust the colors and light levels from the menu on your screen, and depending on your operating system and graphics adapter you should be able to make adjustments there, too. For windows XP, right click your desktop and select properties->Settings->Advanced. There might be a color management tab. Also, there might be software to help you do this already installed. Look for a program group with the name of your Graphics adapter manufacturer. Very often ATI or nVidia. A few resources to help calibrate: http://desktoppub.about.com/od/visualmonitor/Visual_Monitor_Calibration_Tests.htm http://desktoppub.about.com/od/visualmonitor/Visual_Monitor_Calibration_Tests.htm

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  • Christian Ramsvik May 20, 2007

    If you change the settings on the screen itself, I find it strange that playing a game changes it. If you chenge the settings from XP, a game might alter those settings.

    If this happens every time, you might see if there are "profiles" that you can save. That way you can just select that profile instead of adjusting every setting manually.

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Sorry to say, but I'm having the same problem. If it doesn't change when you press the Fn key and the hollow/right arrow sunshine, then, I doubt there's anything you can do.

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