Question about Dell UltraSharp 1907FP 19" LCD Monitor
I have a Dell 1907FP for about a year an a half that was working flawlessly. Since a few days, the monitor picture is "shifting up". It is connected by DVI to a nVIDIA 8500 GT.
The problem is that some "lines" disapear and the rest of the display "shifts up", leaving black space at the bottom of the monitor. The problem is intermittent. I've plugged the monitor with a DB15 VGA cable and the problem seems to have disappeared. I want to by another cable to test but I want some advice before I spend money on that.
It is most likely the cable, it is where most faults of this ilk lie in LCD monitors. :-)
Posted on Mar 27, 2008
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