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NEC LCD1712 Problem

Hi, Looking at most images such as email, desktop, etc., the screen looks fine. But, when I open Picasa or when I view any pictures, they are showing patches of vertical green/black lines - like the background screen (when the PC isn't attached) is breaking through. I have installed the proper driver with no improvement. I have also adjusted everything there is in the menu with some changes but not much improvement. Any ideas?

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  • Robofix Mar 28, 2008

    Tried two other PCs with same result.Out of warranty. Will try looking inside to see if there are internal setup devices.


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Please try your monitor on a friends computer.

This is a very odd problem so you should make sure it's being caused by the monitor.

If it is the monitor, it's a tough one. It could be a bad main board, or a bad LCD panel.

I would check your warranty status. It sounds like it may need to have the signals checked on the board to determine which of the two parts are causing the problem.

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