Question about KDS Radius RAD-7 17" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
It's possible your video card or monitor is going bad. Which type of monitor do you have? If it's a CRT then my guess is....monitor.
Check all your cables and connections first.
If possible hook up a known working monitor to rule out memory or video card problems.Monitors have a refresh rate but I don't
recommend doing this without supervision or complete knowledge.
Check to make sure you don't have any interference close to your monitor. Interference would/could be: magnets/speakers/radio's/televisions/microwaves (not sure about micros.
If your have a LCD monitor I'm not sure all these suggestions apply.
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
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