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Toshiba 19lv505 pc monitor display issue

I connected the 19lv505 to my 4-year old HP Pavilion desktop w/Win-XP and set the display to 1024 x 786 @ 60hz. I get these lines that shoot thru the display. Could it be a refresh problem?
My desktop says the device is a "monitor" but not a Plug-N-Play device as was my old 19" CRT.
Not enough info in the user guide on how to setup as a pc monitor.
Could my video card or video drivers be to old to support this type of LCD monitor?

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Since Toshiba 19LV505 is a 720i monitor. Mak sure the resoltion in your PC is as one of the following:

Monitor Display modes
MODE Resolution Refresh rate
VGA 640x480 60Hz
VGA 720x400 70Hz
SVGA 800x600 60Hz
XGA 1024x768 60Hz
WXGA 1280x768 60Hz
WXGA 1280x720 60Hz

Make sure the 2nd one is no bigger than 720, (remember, it is 720i TV) Otherwise 19LV505 will not be able to handle it, all you see is black.

Try it and see if it works.

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