One of my two 715v's has the same problem. Slowly started losing resolution(s) and now has dropped out all together. It used to "reset" by going down to 640x480 and working our way back to 1280x1024. After a while you could get to 1024x768, now nothing...Bulb is good...Other 715V I am using right now...
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That your PC is busy, the display has an offset of somewhere aroung 5 ms for your display. You won't even see more than just a slight blur even in quick movements. Anything above that orgiginates in the computer.
You might have set a bigger resolution for a new monitor, thus increasing the workload for your graphics adapter.
For a 1024 x 768 resolution, the PC must compute 786,432 pixels. Your display (1366 x 768 pixels) has about 30% more pixels to compute. (for an HD display that number increases to two and a half times as many)
(presuming, you run windows) start the task manager (right klick the status bar, usually on the bottom of the screen), select task manager and then the tab "performance", where you can see how busy your CPU is and whatamount of ram / swap is used.
Reduce your resolution, get a better graphics adapter, upgrade CPU / ram, decrease background programmes.
This sounds like the signal coming from the computer may be out of sync. Do you see anything on the screen while the computer is starting up, showing the POST text (testing memory, etc.)? If so, try connecting another monitor and set the resolution to something low.
Then, reconnect the monitor in question and set your preferred resolution. If this doesn't work, slowly increase the resolution until you reach an acceptable one.
I hope this helps.
This means, that your operating system is not set to the recommended resolution of your monitor. Your monitor has a "fixed" resolution where the image will look best. You can change the solution in Windows XP if you right-click on a free space of your desktop, then choose "Properties". In the new window, that comes up, select the rightmost tab. There you can use the slider to adjust your resolution. Just try some different resolutions until the message disappears.If you use Windows Vista or Windows 7 you can access the resolution window by right-clicking on your desktop and selecting "Screen Resolution".
This is the resolution problem. Pls reduce the resolution .
Right click any where on the desktop and click on properties there.
a popup appears just choose Setting there . there you will find the option of Screen Resolution .Just Slide the pointer toward less litlle till your problem resolve.
Change to the lowest settings you can on the other monitor, then connect the 17" CRT. If you can see anything, go to display settings and slowly bring the settings up. If you lose the display, press "n" (there is a dialog box asking if you want to keep the settings, y or n). Most likely it is a refresh rate that is set to high. Try setting this to 60 Hz for starters.
Try setting your graphics card output to something simpler like a basic 640x480 resolution 64k colours and see if it still does it... it maybe that you have the resolution/colour depth to high for the monitor to properly handle
if it is stable at the lower setting slowly increase untill you reach a point that you and your monitor are both happy
try to start your pc in safemode with vga mode with thjis faulty monitor
hope you know how to do it
start pc (powerr on)
then continuously press F8 key then it will show you boot menu
select safemode with command prompt
then if it show desktop on screen this means your monitor is having problem with resolution try to downgrade your monitor's resolution
rightclik on desktopgo to properties
here you can find screen resolution make it to 800X 600 just for one time
then restart your pc it will auto select proper screen resolution