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I know that this sounds crazy but I have the same problem with a 710v monitor. What works for me is turning off the monitor and then turning it back on. Then as soon as the monitor is on press and hold the "Auto" button. If it goes up to 20% and then goes black try it again. If you press it at the right time it will go all the way to 100% and it will stay on. You will probably have to do this every time you shut down your computer or after you leave it for a long time. It works for me so hopefully it will work for u.

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Re: monitor problem

1 check connector from monitor to computer. 2 video card in computer if any for loose or defective. 3 loose contact in monitor 4 problem in smps power supplyinside monitor. 5 if it is ok check horizontal section in monitor. 6 crt base or any connector loose.

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Samsung sa850t monitor right half of screen is solid blue


I think your Display monitor cable damage, or may be your motherboard display cheap damage, or your display driver problem create.

First of all you check your display driver or reinstall driver. Sec think used external VGA card or check it. If not solved then your monitor display section damage. So contact good monitor technician.


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Cannot get the picture wide

Firstly you have not mentionrd thr Make & Model of your monitor.
Assuming it's a LCD Monitor you could try the following:

Modern monitors have a 'native resolution'. While most LCD monitors can display a wide variety of screen resolutions, the native resolution will always look best, since this is the screen resolution that matches the number of pixels inside the display. Any other screen resolution may look blocky or distorted, since the number of pixels used in the picture will not match the actual number in the display.

You can adjust your computers display resolution easily. For best results with your monitor, you should use the latest display drivers and monitor drivers and run your monitor in its native resolution. For more information on updating your display drivers, see this link.

Also have a look at this video

May 20, 2012 | Computer Monitors

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I updated my video driver and now on 17 inch monitor display is coming instead of full monitor display how can i make the screen back to full 19inch display

Go to the Control Panel and click on Display, the the Settings tab. then change the screen resolution to 1024 X 768 or higher resolution.
The higher the resolution the smaller the Icons will be but you will be able to display more information on the screen.

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Is this connected to a laptop?

If so, you need to be sure that you have the monitor output set for an external monitor.

Do a right clock on the desktop, select the bottom item to personalize your display. Select Display Settings and choose to display on both monitors. I usually use the extended display so that I get two screens. If you just want one screen, you select the external monitor as the primary monitor.

May 22, 2010 | Dell E172FP 17" LCD Flat Panel Monitor

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Display is fuzzy

Go into monitor controls on monitor and adjust as they come up. Unhook monitor, power up computer, cut off, plug in monitor power up computer, right click on screen, settings, adjust for screen size and additional monitor by clicking 2 and saying yes in box. Hope this helps.

Jul 05, 2009 | Samsung SyncMaster 175V 17" LCD Monitor

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How do I rotate the screen when I rotate the Acer B203w

For Windows XP -- within the control panel, click on Display Icon and the following screen will appear. I have 2 monitors (Laptop and HP L1925 monitor). On the display properties screen, near the top of the screen, click on the “Settings” tab. When the “Settings” screen displays, select the “Advanced” button near the bottom of the screen.

The “Plug and Play Monitor …” screen will appear as shown below. From this screen, click on the “INTEL(R) Graphics Media Accelerator Driver for Mobile” tab near the top of the screen. Note: Tab stretches the full width of the screen.

The "Plug and Play Monitor ..." screen will change to show Intel Graphis Media Screen. From this screen click on the “Graphics Properties” button near the center of the screen.

The screen will change to show the graphics properties. Note, the screen actually comes up with “DISPLAY SETTING” selection (in dark Blue on the Left hand side of screen). To change Display settings click on the words “DISPLAY SETTINGS” (left side of screen) and the screen will switch to show Rotation options. On the top of the screen, select the “Monitor” you wish to change by clicking on “Monitor” button. Next make sure the “Enable Rotation” box is check on the right side of screen and then click on “90”. Your monitor should rotate at this point to portrait. A message will appear letting you confirm if you wish to keep this new setting. Specify yes to keep the new setting.

This should do the trick.

Joe Buus

Jan 29, 2009 | Computer Monitors

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Monitor Problem

there may a dry solder inside monitor or signal cable may disconnected internally move it if display changs then cable is faulty replace it

Oct 22, 2008 | SAMTRON 55V 15" CRT Monitor

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Screen ajustment

Hi stefan,

You can adjust manually using the OSD (on-screen display) menu of you monitor by pressing menu button. Other monitor OSDs cannot be accessed on single button but some combination of buttons but considering it can be accessed, please look for it. Try also changing the properties at Operating System GUID (graphics user interface display) Control Panel Display or your monitors display monitor application software. Try changing the frequencies and other special features like single screen or wide screen, etc..

Best regards,

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