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I have a syncmaster 740B monitor with ghosting problems. Have tried adjusting via the monitor controls, including reset & auto but to no avail. Resolution is set to 1280 x 1028, 32 bit. Other details on the display are: CX721B(Analogue)on WinFast A180 DDL. When using "Auto" to adjust the image ends half way up the screen & requires manual adjustment to bring it bacik nto view. I can live with that, but the ghosting is a problem. Any tips?

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  • pdwood Mar 29, 2008

    Thanks, but the Samsung syncmaster 740b is an LCD screen.

  • pdwood Mar 29, 2008

    The screen resolution is as recommended by samsung for their Syncmaster 740B screen so I'd prefer, at this stage, to sit with the recommended settings. Thanks

  • pdwood Mar 29, 2008

    Have adjusted the screen refresh rate from 72 to 70 & to 60Hz. No change to the ghosting .

  • pdwood Mar 29, 2008

    Apologies. i checiked the liniks and perhaps my problem is not Ghosting as i first described. We have a screen saver (blanik screen)thats operates after 2 minutes. The images on the screen are as if the image is repeated (faintly). Once the image is changed, those images disappear and are replaced with a blurring of the new image.

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Try to replace the cable connected to your monitor,may be there is only a loose connection.if you have another PC,try it to another pc.

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Hi,

If monitors, especially older CGA / EGA monitors, are left on for long durations, the electron beams cause the phosphors to glow. If the electron guns continue to do this for thousands of hours refreshing the same images, this can cause the images to be burnt into the CRT surface causing a ghost image to appear. This image will become permanently displayed on your monitor for the duration of its life. A resolution to this problem are screen savers, which are programs that generate a random set of images, lines or other methods of allowing the image to not remain static while the computer is not being used.
While new monitors (VGA / SVGA) do not have this issue, screen savers are still commonly used today; you can find screen savers in the screen saver download section.

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  • Priya darshan Mar 29, 2008

    Was that comment for me?If yes then did you check the first link which i gave you the remedy mentioned is for a LCD screen please click HERE

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    Did you try my solution?

  • Priya darshan Mar 29, 2008

    Try removing the screensaver.If it is under warranty then immediately contact the manufacturer and get it serviced looks like the problem is internal not with the settings or screensaver.

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Hi

run display property and click advance,, then click monitor change monitor settings screen refresh rate...

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Hi,

Try with a lower Screen Resolution and/or a lower Screen Refresh Rate.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

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