Question about Computers & Internet
Read out is partial on the monitor?
Might be a one of a few things:
1) Bad monitor cable (replace)
2) Cable not plugged in well (check plug)
3) Video card is failing
4) Monitor is failing. (try on another PC)
If you try your monitor on another PC using the same cable and all is good, then I'd assume that your video card is failing. Requires replacing a video card. You might need a place like Geek Squad or a techy friend/relative to assist you. This isn't tough if you know what you're doing.
If there are still issues when testing with the other PC, then it's either your cable or the monitor itself. Try getting a replacement cable. If the same issue still exists, then it's your monitor that's going bad. If everything is now good, then it was your cable that was bad.
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