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With any monitor, check the following to determine if the issue is MONITOR related or COMPUTER related.
1. Verify the monitor is receiving power - use a known good power outlet and plug it into the monitor
2. Samsung monitors have a light on the power button - are you getting any color light from this? Orange means it is in "stand by" mode and is waiting for the PC to send it a signal. Green means the monitor is getting a signal from the PC and the monitor is on.
3. With the monitor on, press the buttons on the monitor to bring up the OSD (on screen display) that changes the monitor settings. If you have a green light on the power button and press one of these buttons (AUTO works best), this will display the monitor adjustment options on the screen.
If you see the on screen adjustments, your monitor is working and the issue may be with your PC. Move the monitor to another PC and verify the monitor is working correctly.
IF you don't see anything on the screen and the power light is green, the monitor has failed.
This could be the lights that illuminate the screen have failed (something that happened to my Samsung Syncmaster monitors after about 6 years of use) or the screen has stopped functioning. In either case, replacement parts are hard to find and a monitor swap is likely.
Press the button labeled "Auto" on the front of your Compaq monitor. This runs an automatic configuration utility designed to examine your current settings and adjust them to reach the best possible picture quality. This utility will take only a few seconds and will adjust things like the sharpness, brightness and resolution of the image being displayed.Press the "Menu" button on the front of your Compaq monitor to adjust your monitor's screen settings manually in the event that the auto configuration utility has not done so to your liking. Navigate to the "Picture" category of your Compaq monitor's on-screen menu to adjust settings like "Brightness" and "Sharpness." These settings can be useful if your monitor is displaying an image that is fuzzy or too dim. Use the "Color" setting to adjust the amount of red, green and blue that your monitor displays. These settings can be useful if your monitor is displaying too much of one color or not enough of another. Use the "Default" menu option to reset your Compaq monitor to its original factory settings. This changes any settings you have altered back to the way they were set when the monitor left the Compaq factory hope this helps
Try these steps:
1. Check the monitor settings. Access the On Screen Display (OSD) Menu System. Adjust the contrast and brightness using the control buttons in the monitor.
2. Run the monitor self test. Unplug the video cable from the computer (cable from monitor to the back of the computer). Usually it has a blue or white connector. Turn on the monitor alone. It should display the self test pattern (white, red, green & blue). If the images are dark in the self test, it is a problem with the monitor.
2. Rotate the monitor to face a different direction. This will help in eliminating sunlight glare which can cause poor picture quality.
3. Test your computer using another working monitor. If the problem occurs in a known good monitor, then it is a video card or motherboard (if your video card is integrated) problem.
I hope these options help.
Good morning! Auto adjustment occurs when resolution or refresh rate of the display changes. Check your display setings in OS. Set them properly according to product operations manual. Update your display adapters driver. Also check your VGA card or motherboard display port & try using a different cable. try pluging the monitor to a different computer or plug in a different monitor with your motherboard or VGA cards display port. best regards
Hi you may try
1)to key the auto(adjust) button at TV monitor keyboard if not ok,
2)to change display pixels density from PC display setting because TV monitor could not support the display pixels you using and sync.the picture on well.
3)also you may adjust monitor screen H position(it maybe not convenience for back TV).
TFT Monitor fuzzy display problems are almost always caused by one
(or more) or the following issues:
Wrong display resolution. As mentioned elsewhere, TFT
Monitors must be configured to use their Native Resolution in the
PCs display settings. Failing to do this will always cause the
display to be fuzzy or blurred - or to have jagged edges on diagonal
lines and a 'lumpy' looking display.
Poor adjustment. If the display resolution is correct,
then the monitor has to be correctly adjusted to get the best
picture quality. This is usually only an issue with analogue
monitors. If the digital (DVI) input is used, then further
adjustment of the monitor should not be required. Initially,
the monitors "Auto-Adjustment" can be used to try and improve the
display quality. This is best used with a program producing a
test pattern of vertical lines, with a single pixel white border
showing the exact edge of the screen. Given this, most
monitors will auto-adjust perfectly well. If the display is
still not perfect, a very slight manual adjustment will usually
achieve the expected quality.
Poor quality cables. Monitors are susceptible to
signal degradation from either poor quality or excessively long
signal cables. Also, joining or extending cables is likely to
cause ghosting effects on the display, usually seen as light and
dark vertical lines.
Faulty graphics cards or other component. In most cases upgrading the driver ill resolve this issue. If none of the above suggestions work then get me the brand and model number of your graphicscard and we will update the driver.
Check your refresh rate in your display driver properties. Try changing it to one of the available selections other than to what it's currently set to. It could be that the monitor is trying to match the signal received but can't quiet do it correctly.