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Re: picture problems emachines3220
Not a problem, slow display response, if the graphic card is "onboard" try to give him some more memory in the bios.
maybe you run too many aplications together - close open apps.
maybe you play a very high resolution demanding game - lower the resolution in game,
maybe you have very little RAM on computer (at least 512 MB) - buy more RAM,
maybe you have a virus or malaware that "eats" memory- run a complete check
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You can shrink the picture by pushing the menu button on the front of the monitor and scrolling down to the "vertical" and "horizontal" settings and pushing the minus key a number of times until you see the edge of the screen come into view.
Dont forget to save your setting as you exit or the picture will be too big the next time you start your monitor and/or computer.
kdoran121, Some component part has failed inside your monitor!! Possible verticle drive signal is "bleeding" into the horizontal signal is causing your "wavy effect" to occur on screen. Electronic technician will need to troubleshoot problem down to "component level" to solve monitor problem. That's my best guess on this one. You could try to swap-in a known good monitor to your pc, just to prove that the monitor is the problem and NOT your pc!!! Yes, I still have a 9 year old CRT monitor connected to another pc and if and when it FAILS, I will send it to the curb on trash-day!!! 12fixlouie
Have you tried to increase the screen's refresh rate? If you see some sort of blurring horizontal line that scrolls upwards, most of the time is that screen's refresh rate in your Display Settings are too low.
Well... sure it fixable, but it is going to cost you a bundles... Since you own this monitor for about 10 yrs. It's time for you to give yourself a new LCD monitor for the Holidays... :) Have nice day!
i had this same prob. For me it wasn't the monitor but the video card and or mobo. I tried monitors on other comps adn worked just fine. Tried comp on 4 monitors and same prob. bought new mobo and problem solved. New prob fixing mobo and or video card