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1) Change to Plug and Play monitor driver
2) try changing the screen resolution on the PC, and driver.
3) try changing to 60Hz the refresh rate of the monitor on driver section or options on the monitor driver.
Are you able to advise some more detail for this issue please?
Can you play the game 'blind', which means coin it up, start a game and hear the game making normal gameplay sounds? If so this shows there is an issue with the monitor, or the wiring to the monitor.
Are there any lights lit up on the main game board inside the cabinet? If so this also shows there is an issue with the monitor, or the wiring to the monitor.
Is there any neck glow on the monitor tube, which is the back of the tube itself where it narrows down like a funnel to a narrow glass tube? If so this would indicate the monitor is most likely functioning and could be a game board issue.
You can also determine whether a monitor is functioning by turning up the brightness to full using the brightness potentiometer on the monitor chassis, or the potentiometer on the flyback transformer. The flyback transformer is the plastic looking device that the high tension lead comes out of and connects to the monitor tube, a lot like a spark plug lead connects from the cars distributor cap or coil pack to the spark plugs. It should show a lighter screen and probably with lines in it if the monitor is running.
Um, its because your useing the monitor too much. if you keep it up your monitor will break due the the high graphics of warcraft. and it will **** to have to buy a new one :D so i suggest you stop playing so much
That monitor has a native resolution of 1440x900 (I used to have one). If the game is feeding the monitor too high a resolution, the monitor can't display it and.....input not supported. So, if the game has a configuration option (without going into the game itself) set the resolution to 800x600 and try to play. If it works, bump up the resolution until it looks acceptable.
You have an incompatability between the drivers and Windows. Uninstall the games. Is everything all right now? Upgade your video and sound drivers. You can download these from the manufacturers web site. Now reinstall the games.
This sounds like your Video card might not be compatible with the game you are playing. You might need a better video card. Before you do anthing else, check to see if your computer is fast enough to play it.
Big games can crash slow computers, also it could just be a bad monitor.
Try checking the cord between the monitor and the computer.
It sounds to me like the monitor's refresh rate is too low to support your current settings, and the demands of the game. Have you tried adjusting the refresh rate? If I'm right, you should be able to fix the wavy lines that way. I'm not sure how much control over the refresh rate the game takes, but if you can fix the wavy lines and the game still doesn't work, I think you're not likely to get the game to work on this monitor.