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I'm having the same problem. This is my second Sharp EL-2630PIII calculator and the first one did not have this problem (prior job). I can change the ribbon and the print is still so light I cannot scan it as part of my work papers... which is a huge problem as an accountant.
Boot the computer into SAFE MODE. Go to CONTROL PANEL - DISPLAY PROPERTIES. Change the screen resolution to a common size - like 800x600 or 1024*768 and save the settings. Reboot the computer.
Everything on the screen will be very large but you should be able to see the desktop and make additional changes. Go to CONTROL PANEL and DISPLAY PROPERTIES again, and change the screen resolution and click APPLY. This will change the resolution to the new settings and will give you the opportunity to revert back to the old setting if it does not work.
Once you hit APPLY - the screen will change. If you can see the screen, you will see the option to ACCEPT the changes or to REVERT back to the prior setting. If you do not choose anything, the system will revert to the prior setting automatically - typically in about 15 seconds.
Make changes to the screen until it appears as you want it, click ACCPET when you find the one you like.
by going into start> control panel > and display you can adjust the resolution of your screen here is a list of the correct sizes for the screens
Please let me know the outcome of this, if it says frequency out of range then youwill need to download the drivers for your graphics card before doing this.
have the vehicle scanned for error codes at autozone, its free. Post codes for more help....These engines have issues with the COPs (ignition coils-over-plugs) failing prior to 80k miles. When they fail typical problems are: Sputtering under load/acceleration, rough idle, random misfires, random stalling, light or heavy jerking under load (usually at 15-35mph and 45-65mph)..hopefully this helps!!
Once you change the resolution to a smaller size and you see the black border, go into the monitor's menu and there should be settings for the Horizontal and Vertical size/position. Adjust those until it looks correct.
try running a flush chemical in the engine oil just prior to changing
the oil, and then using synthetic oil. This may free up the little tiny
valve in the lifters and reduce the noise. At the very least, it will
help prolong their life. It is a very big expensive
job to change these because they are generally replaced as a set
and they are not cheap, but replacement is often the only true fix.
Sometimes you'll find Chrysler dealer parts cheaper or as cheap as aftermarket, so make sure you price it through them too. Should only take a few minutes to change so I can't see labor being too much. I'd just do the one for now, like I said, a few minutes labor, so if it other needs doing later, no big deal unless you want to save the extra diagnostic charge, if there is one.