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Opening the box, finding none of the fuses, transistors nor capacitors to be faulty...or blown up.everything else seems fine
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You should try to update the driver for the display adapter, not the monitor. right click my computer>hardware tab>device manager if anything, that should be it. You like staying with win 98?
Posted on Jun 12, 2006
The refresh rate for LCDs is 60 MHZ, your problem is very likly a video card driver issue. Unless you've changed the cards you should be able to download the correct driver direct from support.dell.com.
Posted on Nov 29, 2006
You might have to tell it to accept your driver. They don't usually provide exe for monitor drivers. Most of them come in a .inf file. It change that you right click on any blank space on your desktop and then select properties. Then select the settings tab. If you have dual screen make sure you have the correct one selected under display. Then select advanced button. The you will select the monitor tab and then the Properties button. The the drive tab and then update driver button. At this spot I would make sure you know where that .inf file is. Select Install for specific location(advanced). You can try to select the location and select the folder it is in. You you can choose don't search and choose the drive to install. I choose the second, then select have disk. Hit browse and then find the folder the .inf file is in. Select that file and hit OK. Your Monitor should show up on the window, select it, if not then un check the compatible hardware and it will be in there. Select your monitor and your driver will be installed. You may have to restart, but you will have the correct driver now.
Posted on Dec 20, 2007
I was told that these clicking noises (which happen on my Magnavox LCD too) were due to the "power required" at the internal switch. Seems that the power required to immediately turn on the TV is too much for a standalone household outlet, so it "surges" power in a series to get enough there. Hence, the clicking sounds are actually mini power surges to send more power to the internal circuits to turn the TV on.
If your set is like mine, these noises generally stop after a minute or two, correct?
Posted on Mar 29, 2008
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