I can't afford a physical callibrater like spyder at the moment. Are there settings I should be using until I can afford it that will help me view images more accurately. Every thing appears with a green tinge at the moment.
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Re: moniter color callibration
Plugged up display via the VGA cable to an HP dv6000 laptop; the Acer powered up and displayed fine ... however, noticed a faint waving motion in the picture, as if the screen was literally gel and began to wave, from top to bottom as it appeared. Best I can describe it ... any suggestions as to why? I only connected it to this HP to try it out, I ordered it from newegg and wanted to make sure pixels werent dead on arival. I will be getting an Aurora 7500 (Alienware): AMD X2 6000, Windows Vista Premium, 2GB RAM, GeForce 512 8800GT, SLI ready motherboard ... I heard good things of Acer and hoped this display would look great with my soon-to-come setup and im sure it will. However, just nervous it will do this on my Aurora. Any help or suggestions would be beyond appreciated!!
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There are several problems when discoleration happens to moniters. One is that a connection inside the moniter becomes loose so you can just try and jiggle the cord around a bit to see if that helps. if now go into your moniters menu by pressing one of the grey buttons and first try going into your color options and adjusting the settings in there. IF that doesent work try going into an extras setting or Other settings, im not to sure what its under but find the demagnitize option and select that.
I am assuming you are using a VGA connector at the back.
There may be an issue with the physical connectors - make sure they are secure & screwed in ( The blue conne connector) has two screws on either side. Sometimes when the monitor is not connected properly to this cable it can cause problems. Also male sure this is the case at the graphics card end...
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Also run Dxdiag.exe from the run command - This will let you know if there are any issues with the GPU.