Question about Zenith Computers & Internet
This problem comes up when you are using the monitor at a slightly higher resolution or refresh rate setting that the monitor can handle. Try to lower down both of the settings (start - settings - control panel - screen - settings) and check the results. In case the picture looks better, increase STEP BY STEP resolution and refresh rate (one at a time) in order to get the best result. Keep in mind that if a setting is out of range that the monitor can handle the screen will be black. AT THIS CASE DON"T DO ANYTHING, after 15 seconds the screen will come back at the previous setting. Sorry your monitor it too old and I can't find the official settings for resolution and refresh rate. However the official settings are not guarantee that are still working since the monitor has too many hours "on duty".
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Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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