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The picture shakes

The picture on my monitor shakes. I have tried changing the computer settings but I have to put it to the 800/600 resolution to get it to stop and that makes everything gigantic. Is there anything else I can do?

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Install the monitor driver..you can find it in manufacturer's support link and also run the video and monitor diagnostic software to calibrate the colors...acer might have the software

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