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If it is a flat screen monitor: you should try different monitor resolutions and refresh rates. Specifically, you should set your resolution and refresh rate to the specifications set by Sony. You can also use the "detect displays" button in the "display" system preferences.
If it is a CRT: Try the above, but also try "degaussing" your monitor. This is a command on the monitor itself, and it's location depends on the brand / model. turn on the On Screen Display menu and look around for it.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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