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Picture problems i have problems with my picture quality ,photos and pictures are just like white dots the screen is flashing white dots and it is getting harder to see what i am looking at on the screen please tell me what i need to do to restore the picture quality back to it's original settings

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  • paul johnson Jul 10, 2007

    it's just like black and white dots covering all dark pictures shadowing one minute it's ok the next it's not

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What are normal things like text files and the desk top like? If it only photos that are problematical then it won't be the screen. Have a check around the system and a little think through- them come back

Posted on Jul 10, 2007

  • john ash
    john ash Jul 10, 2007

    The the Data Cable - disconnect both ends and check the pints make sure you have none bent.

    If it is feasible take the display to another computer.
    This will prove -screen or computer.
    Then come back

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