Question about Samsung B550 Series S23B550V ToC 23" 2ms GTG Widescreen LED Monitor
I'm trying to connect a samsung s23b550 monitor to a macbook air (running mavericks). The monitor only displays an image when I have it set (in my computer settings) to 720p, which is not the native resolution. When I try any other setting, like "best for display" or 1600x900, the "correct" image will show up briefly before the screen blacks out. I've tried every combination of settings I can think of in my computer and the monitor with no luck. I've tried Samsung's recommended self-test which indicates the monitor is fine. Any ideas what could be wrong?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if the monitor will match well with Nvidia GTS8800 graphic card, you need to consider two issue:
1) resolution match from windows display property and moniter manu same one.
2) refresh frequency match from windows display property-->advance-->monitor and monitor manu--> refresh frequency
if two side setting could be all matched that you can use normally
if two side setting could not be matched any above step that you can not use some resolution normally possible.
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Posted on May 29, 2009
SOURCE: Samsung 204T no longer displays
Often problems with LCD monitors can be traced to bad capacitors. The following sites will help you identify if your monitor has bad capacitors, and how to replace them.
www.fixyourmonitor.com and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Q6_TgNJvQw
Posted on Jun 13, 2010
SOURCE: I have a samsung 2033SW
- You can test the monitor by using another CPU, if still the same then the problem is monitor, but if it's working well then the problem is your CPU, to make it sure then you can try another monitor on your CPU. - check if the hardware connection is well attach, you can pull & re- plug the hardware just to make sure. - the monitor is need a DVI connection (white or gray) to run properly, if you use AGP connection ( blue ) on your VGA card that might the problem, so you can also try upgrade your VGA card. - other ways is to install the latest driver for your VGA card.
Posted on Jan 14, 2011
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