Question about LG W1934S-BN 19" Monitor
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The VGA connection should be fine; I have DVI and when I switched from analog, the difference was pretty minimal, to my eyes.
Is it just the fonts that are blurry, or everything? If fonts only, then this almost certainly suggests that running the ClearType tuner again would solve the problem. But this applies to all displays, so if one is good and the other is not, then this isn't it.
If everything is a little blurry, then this suggests one of two problems -- the first, you report trying, which is that the display adapter is set to a different resolution than the native resolution of the LCD monitor itself. Your display adapter should probably be able to drive 2 monitors (the built-in laptop monitor and the external monitor) at once. You should be able to set their resolutions separately.
Assuming Windows XP: Start > Control Panel > Display > Settings > at which point, you should see two monitors listed in a dropdown. Set them to their native resolutions there (using the slider bar, usually all the way to the right), and save.
If you do have the display resolutions set to their native resolutions for both monitors, then it's possible that your external monitor is messed up. A quick test would be to run the on-screen settings, usually from a button on the monitor itself. If what is displayed there is sharp and what is displayed from Windows is not, then this points to a problem with the display driver. If everything, even the on-screen display is blurry, then perhaps the monitor settings are messed up -- usually there's an option to restore to factory settings -- try that.
If that doesn't work, I'm probably out of ideas, unless you have further information.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
You could have a faulty inverter board or a faulty CCFL lamp. The inverter supplies high voltage to the CCFL lamp and the CCFL lamp is a mini fluro tube.
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Posted on Oct 02, 2009
Try turning it off and hold the power switch in for about a 30 seconds. This may help to reset the monitor. Afterwards, try and power it up again.
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
SOURCE: LG FLATRON W1934S
check first if the connector has no connector pins wha are broken or shifted. if not chack cable for hard nobs or turns maybe cable is interrupted.
take other schreen to check VGA output of PC.
if all this not helps mail me back
Posted on Feb 16, 2010
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Hi, i would search on DriverGuide.com.... its the safest place. Most other driver download
sites are infested with pests that can bug you to no end.
Posted on Jan 23, 2011
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