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Snowy Raster on display

Im repairing a acer lcd al 1716 17 inch monitor the problem is ther a snowy ruster on screen but the menu display is ok

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  • Marc Cuyag Jan 31, 2008

    Tnx.,

    but i already do that u said, doesnt work.


  • Marc Cuyag Feb 02, 2008

    yap i also try configure the osd and video diasplay setting. but doesn't work.

    my last option is a video chroma microchip ic to reheat.



    tnx.

  • Alexandre D Jan 14, 2009

    The superior side of my 17" AL 1716 after some hours of use becomes "marked" with the previous screen. Usually, this happens with programs such as browsers or MS office that have a static superior bar. When I minimize,change the screen or start other programs, is visible that bar is still there in a whitish blured stile.
     
    I've tried to reinstall the driver of the monitor but it didn't change nothing..



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Hi mcuyg,

Hope this will give you hint in solving this problem. Try configuring monitor settings in OSD mode; contrast; brightness; etc.. other special settings can be accessed using combination of buttons to minimize the raster intensity. On hardware side try resoldering cold soldered points and check the SMPS side.

Best regards,
Rosener Guyano

Posted on Jan 30, 2008

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    Rosener Guyano Jan 31, 2008

    your welcome. have you also try setting the video properties in operating system control panel and set to higher resolution and color quality and select other frequency rating. l met this problem before, lcd on Asus desknote by setting then it works fine. If the problem persist there something wrong with the video processor circuit. Have a nice day!

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