I have not answered the question about this problem, however someone else told me that I would have to change my graphics card to take full advantage of the features of the X223W monitor. But they did not know what I had to change it to.
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for your knowledge win xp or vista is not related to the moniter it will convert from its system compability so check out system configuration for vista and if it match with vista just load it and done.ok and if problem persist contact me
Any monitor can be used as the second monitor for a computer. However, your computer's graphics card must have two outputs. Some simpler graphics cards, most on-board video chipsets and all laptops *do not have* two outputs. Please check the back of your computer for two VGA outputs, or one VGA and one DVI output (you can use it by connecting a DVI cable to your monitor, or by plugging in a DVI to VGA adapter).
If your graphics card does not have two outputs, or if your computer uses an on-board video chipset, you can buy another graphics card to replace the one you're using.
My acer 223W monitor has a flicker or moving lines in it?
This trouble maybe power supply or inverter boards is defective.
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Since you tried a different monitor with the same results, it is definitely a problem with your video adapter. One thing you can try first is to make sure the connector is secure. If it is good, have someone open the computer and reseat the video card in the slot. If that fails you will need a new card.