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That is the thing. I know for a fact that my current CRT is working fine. It rand beautifully on my computer back home. I have a suspicion that it is something related to the actual computer/video card rather than the monitor.

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  • mrmagoo86 May 05, 2008

    This post is relating to a previous post concerning ghost shadows of my display on windows xp with an old nvidia vanta.

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  • mrmagoo86 May 09, 2008

    The problem is not with the monitor(s). I have tried 3 different CRT monitors with this one particular tower. I am very convinced that it might be a graphics card flaw. Anyone have some ideas as to what, in a gpu, could cause this?

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I have this issue on a proview 17 inch lcd it is a issue you either live with or get another monitor, shutting it off for 8 hours does help mine.

Posted on May 08, 2008

  • Scott Hill
    Scott Hill May 28, 2008

    if you have tried 3 crt's and get the same issue then replace the video card............

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