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My Monitor Flickers all the time, it hurts my eyes and gives me headacks, is there something I can do to stop it from doing this?
On Earth Day Google 'turned off their lights' and made their home page black with colored logo and white lettering. Since then, all my pictures have a green tinge. I've tried auto adjusting and using the menu on the screen itself to fix the problem to no avail. Can anyone help with this?
Posted on May 08, 2008
Hi, Assuming that the monitor does not have any problem or defective components/settings, you can try adjusting your PC by: 1. Right click on any clear are of your desktop; 2. Click on properties; 3. Go to Settings tab; 4. Set your Screen Resolution to your desired size; 5. Verify that you have Highest (32bit) setting in your Color Quality; 6. Click on Advanced button; 7. Click on Monitor tab; 8. Select highest Screen refresh rate (maybe 85 Hertz) within capacity of your video card & monitor; 9. if a selection or setting does not work, pressing escape will revert you back to the previous setting; 10. Apply, OK. Hope this be of some help/idea. post back how things turned up or should you need further information. Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Oct 01, 2007
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