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Half monitor display and other half will be some different color.

After switch on the monitor, it display Half of the monitor correct and other half will be some mixcolor.How set up this problem

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Click -Start then Ctrl Panel - then Display - then Settings...
make sure you have 1280 x 800 (32 bit) .
or just hit the default tab .

Posted on Jan 15, 2009

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    Marc Bradley Jan 15, 2009

    could also be a driver issue, or a bad video card test each in turn.

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Hi. I had a similar problem with 1/4 screen black, 3/4 screen white. My solution:

I opened Control Panel, then clicked on Display and then on the Desktop tab.

Then I opened Customize Desktop and then clicked on the Web tab.

If the check box beside My Current Homepage has a check in it, click to uncheck that box.

Then click OK twice successively and your monitor should now be one desktop color.

If the My Current Homepage box is not checked, then I don't know what the solution is.

(My problem was that I had checked the box to display My Current Homepage, but I had not provided a homepage to display.)

Hope this helps.


Posted on May 21, 2009

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