Question about AOC Computers & Internet
A couple things to check.
speakers close the monitor. (caused by magnets)
run a degauss from the monitor menu, also check the monitor connections back of monitor and back of computer for "tight" fit
That covers external issues. In the computer, in windows XP its typically right click on the desktop , go to properties. adjust your Screen resolution to fit the monitor, see if different resolutions have the same double effect. also go into advanced look for "Monitor Refresh Rate", try increasing the "Refresh rate" from say 60Hz to 75 Hz. this is very common cause of poor screen quality. Hope that helps. Cheers
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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