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HP 2159M Monitor pink lines

Pink lines, vertical 1 pixel size. marching ants. each line is spaced over a quarter inch apart and span the entire screen.

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SOURCE: Vertical lines in my HP screen

Please check if you get those line as soon as you turn it on, If yes, so need to get a replacement for the screen , and if it is no, try updating video driver of your system from the manufacturer website.

Hope this work
Cheers!!!!

Posted on May 25, 2009

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SOURCE: Vertical red line on HP w2207 monitor

Please try to connect the monitor to another PC, if problem still exist then probably there's an internal problem in the circuit board of your monitor wherein an elecronic part/s might be cold soldered / defective. I recommend to bring the monitor to an authorized HP service center to fix the problem. If the monitor display is good if connected to other PC, then your previous PC should be checked if the VGA card (if there is any) is properly placed to its slot & working properly as well as it cables & connections. regards

Posted on May 30, 2009

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SOURCE: tiny pink dots will appear over the entire monitor viewing area

Its a signal cable problem,between AD bord to Panel..Fix it poperly, If no then replace the LCD panel..

Posted on Jul 10, 2009

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SOURCE: hp monitor has vertical yellow line. Is this dead

Unfortunately, your display problem is not repairable, except by replacing the display panel itself. What's happened is that something in the electronics built in to the display panel has failed, and it's keeping that column of pixels stuck on all the time. There isn't any way to get at those electronics to repair them, so the only cure is a new display.

This kind of defect would be something that the manufacturer would fix if the monitor was still under warranty. Yours is probably out of warranty, but it can't hurt to check your owner's manual or the HP website, and see if there's any hope. If your monitor is past any warranty, it's time to look for a replacement.

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SOURCE: Running a Mac with an Hp monitor

You are using a monitor created for use with a MAC, the only monopolistic systems manufacturer in the world. No one may make anything for MAC except MAC. That you are able to get something working is a testament to your tenacity.

Now, see whether you can use different cabling to connect the monitor to the MAC.

Use the DVI, or single round multi-pin connector between the two devices, PC and Monitor ... sorry, MAC and monitor.

With the digital signals more tightly aligned, you should be able to get the pair running in sync a lot more easily than with normal monitor to PC cables.

The MAC has been made to be a finer machine for the creative industry, so you must also be creative, and get the two working together using the right technology.

Cheers!
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Posted on Apr 20, 2012

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