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I have a Dell P1130 monitor running on Windows 2000 the adapter is a nVidia GeForce2 GTS / GeForce2 Pro. The past few days the screen is almost unreadable. It has dark lines (shadows). I tried another monitor and the output is the same. Software conflict? I haven't added or deleted anything.

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  • kelley_larry Jan 29, 2009

    That's kind of what I thougt in the first place. It's an adapter card. I'll try to borrow one out of another Dell tomorrow. Thanks.

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Sounds like an adapter problem.

If you have tired mutiple monitors then the card/adapter is the only problem/cause left.

You need to replace the adapter/card or motherboard (if the video is on-board).

There is not other reason. Drivers and updates will not help.

Posted on Jan 29, 2009

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