I know this is an old monitor now, but my Samsung SyncMaster 913v TFT monitor always had this problem since I got it (off a friend, not retail). When set to it's native 1280x1024 resolution, the image would be larger than the screen. E.g. the icons on desktop would be 'going off the screen'. This is especially annoying when playing games because I cannot see the edges of screen, missing out on information such as gold count etc. I have downloaded the driver from Samsung's website to no avail, anyone know how to fix this?
Did you install the drivers for it? the drivers instruct the video card on how to properly 'talk' to the monitor. My parents' have a wide-screen monitor that does 1400x900 native. Before installing the proper drivers it would go beyond the edges and have distorted icons.
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The 913V has a native resolution of 1280x1024. If you use a higher resolution than that, you'll get slightly blurry text. If you use a lower resolution, then images will be slightly choppy around the edges.
To get rid of the message, set your resolution to 1280x1024.
In Windows XP, you do this by right-clicking on the background (desktop) and selecting "Properties" to bring up the display properties. Select the tab marked "Settings" and look for a "Screen Resolution" slider. Move that slider to the right until it displays "1280x1024" and hit "OK"
This problem often occurs in samsung SyncMaster LCD monitors.
solution is open your look for the LCD monitor power supply module
(which have PCB connector to the AC power), on that board look for
capacitors, now look for broken one which upper part is bloated, like
the image below:
If you find a damaged capacitor as in the picture then you should replace it with the same value.
Appears to be something in the connection. Check the video cable and pins on the video connector. Also verify the color settings have not been changed on the monitor. There should be an area where you change the RGB levels.
TFT means Thin Film Trangister. You are using LCD (liquid crystal dispaly) this means in lcd monitor use trangister on/off to create a pixel. you should give your monitor to repair at workshop for this problem. i don't know any workshop which located in your city. and about the expence it's all around rs 600 to 1000.
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