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This point to problems with your either, drivers or video display card, nothing wrong with the monitor at this time (i hope).
1. go to this page and first follow they removal procedure (small program whihc will uninstall all ati drivers),
2. DO NOT YET INSTALL ANY DRIVERS, download ccleaner and run cleaner as well as registry cleaner
3. return to the page and install correct drivers and settings
this should solve your problem, if screen is still dimmed, fiddle bit with software (catalyst) and check if physical adjustments are ok on the monitor.
if everything else fail, check monitor against any other working computer, check another working monitor on your computer. that way you will pinpoint if your monitor or your videocard are at fault and act accordingly.
in my opinion it is just corrupted driver.
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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