What can I do to get away from this really slow screen refresh ?
Whenever i scroll up and down, i can see the images changing.. i mean its refreshing rate is really slow. if i refresh it, i can see the image dropping down. Imagine a powerpoint changing from slide to another set in drop from top motion. I just installed Windows XP Radeon Omega Drivers 3.8.360 (Cat 7.4) Videocards - ATI
Catalyst (Modified) | 25 MB. What can I do to get away from this really slow screen refresh ?
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Problems occurs when you have an integrated graphics card that hasn't been properly disabled in the BIOS. try to disable the graphic card first if u have one. if u don't, then check for service packs. upgrade if necessary. if it still doesn't solve the problem, you should check try a system restore back to the date prior to the installation of the drivers. then you should try re-installing them.
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Right click on the screen. In the box that comes up select Graphic Properties. In the window that comes up click information. Box that comes up select monitor tab. Will have a list of display sizes and refresh rates that are supported by your monitor. Once you have that information you can make changes.
FYI: Acer says max resolution 1920 X 1080 with 75 HZ refresh rate.
Also if you have a tube light or speaker system close to the monitor then try moving it further away.
If you mean the displays are kind of fuzzy at a partiuclar resolution, try changing the refresh rate. Whenever you install XP, refresh rates default to 60 Hz - this is rarely the optimum for the display. Most displays operate best from 70-75 Hz or possibly higher. Right click on the desktop, observe DISPLAY PROPERTIES window. Select the SETTINGS tab, highlight the display you wish to modify, then click the ADVANCED button. Select the MONITOR tab. Use the SCREEN REFRESH RATE pull-down to select the refresh rate you need. Be advised, if you select a rate the monitor cannot handle you will lose visual on the display and could damage the monitor. You can avoid this by selecting the "HIDE MODES THAT THIS MONITOR CANNOT DISPLAY: check box.
If you phone responds slow, you'll need to free up some memory, particularly phone memory, scan with antivirus, uninstall unused programs, this will improve the performance. When you say refresh, in the terms of mobile phone, it means refreshing Ics with blower, which is not important in your case. Hope this helps you. Good luck
A nearby device can cause stray magnetic fields that will cause the display to be affected.
A problem inside the monitor will cause the display to have problems.
If somebody turns on their monitor nearby, the monitor's degaussing when it starts up will cause your monitor to dance wildly for a moment or two.
keep electronics away from your computer. Mobie phones etc. can distort the image shown on the screen for periods of time, usually when a text or call is coming through.
Sometimes if the refresh rate isnt set high enough you will see a noticeable flicker on the screen .. to change the monitor refresh rate .. you can right click on the desktop and then left click on properties .. click on the setting tab then click on the advanced tab then click on the monitor tab ..look in the drop down menu where it says 60 hertz and see if the refresh rate can be changed .. if it cant .. uncheck hide modes the monitor cant see and then click on the drop down menu .. pick a refresh rate .. 75 hertz is what i use and it should stop the flicker
Open Display in Control Panel.
On the Settings tab, click Advanced.
On the Monitor tab, in the Refresh Frequency list, click a new refresh rate.
To open Display, click Start, click Control Panel, click Appearance and Themes, and then click Display.
The default refresh frequency setting is 100 Hertz, although your monitor may support a higher setting. Check your manufacturer's documentation for information regarding the settings your monitor supports.
A higher refresh frequency reduces any flicker on your screen, but choosing a setting that is too high for your monitor can make your display unusable and cause damage to your hardware.
Changes to the refresh frequency affect all users that log on to the computer.
It sounds to me like the picture tube in the monitor is going out. I began to wonder if it was your video card until you mentioned that you used it with various computers. This tells me it's the monitor itself. Unfortunetly, I think your monitor may be due for retirement.
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.