Question about Acer AL1912B 19" LCD Monitor

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Problem monitor ?

My screen keeps getting shadows and and will what looks like it is spining and shaking it keeps doing this then stops and starts can not read or make any thing out when it happens it seems to be getting worse

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  • terry4tmd Jan 27, 2008

    I did not have another computer to try monitor on but i did borrow anouther LCD monitor and the problem seems to have gone wich leads me to beleive it was my monitor could this problem be fix whith up date driver or software. thank you terry

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Thanks Eloquinn i will look into it, the rating link did not work i will try again tomorrow

Posted on Jan 25, 2008

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This is probably not a problem with your monitor. It sounds more like a problem with a bad or overheating video chip. I've seen very similar problems in the past when a heat sink pulled away from the video chip.

If you can, try plugging this monitor into a different computer and see if you can reproduce the problem on a different computer. If the monitor is stable then the problem is probably your video chip.

If the machine is under warranty then you'll probably want to get it repaired by the manufacturer. If it's a desktop machine then have a new video card installed or replace the current video card. If it's a laptop the. If it's a laptop then you'll probably have to send it back to the manufacturer for repairs.

If you are able to reproduce the problem on a different machine then the problem is indeed your monitor. You'll probably either need to return it to the manufacturer for repair or purchase a replacement.

Posted on Jan 25, 2008

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