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Not Compatible with Vista

When using this monitor on a PC running Windows Vista Home Premium the screen text is blurry and hard to read . I have tried working with the Clear Type in Vista and that does not help . I have reloaded the driver for this monitor and this did not help either . Any suggestions ?

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  • Fran Bednar
    Fran Bednar May 11, 2010

    Steve

    You are not supposed to post solutions to your own question.

    It should have been a clarification. Monitor probably needs a new vga board.



  • Fran Bednar
    Fran Bednar May 11, 2010

    Did you try to use the auto adjust feature on the monitor ? Did you try
    different resolution settings in your display settings ? Are you
    running the correct video display adapter driver for the computer ?

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It seems the monitor was faulty .The PC that this monitor was on had crashed and some how it had also effected the monitor . I had a family member try the monitor on their computer and it had the same results . Their computer was running WindowsXP .

Thanks for the reply

Steve

Posted on Oct 21, 2008

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