Question about Samsung 2233RZ 22 inch Monitor
First of all from the monitor's setting set it to auto ...for factory default settings ..than the issue may be from the cable ..so check the cable to be well plugged in both ways in the computer and in the back of the monitor...the 3rd thing to do ..is to reinstall the driver for the video card ..just to make sure that any settings that might have been done by mistake are reset ...If the issue continue to be present after all that ..it means that the monitor has something broke inside..and you will have to get it to a repair shop ...or get another one if the price is not worth repairing ..
By the way ...if you have another cable ..try it ...cause sometimes even if the cable seam perfect ..it has internal; damages and may cause this kinda behavior ..
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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