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My ViewSonic monitor have a problem,it is appearing a green colour line at left side of the edge........

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How to set your Desktop Screen Resolution?


Greetings, Welcome to Fixya!
So you need to adjust your Desktop Screen Resolution ey!!! It's a good thing you visited as today we are going to discuss just that.
We will be using our monitor to it's full potential, which will ensure we see the best picture our monitor can provide.

Follow the steps below:

1.)Right click on your desktop screen.
2.)A rectangular menu box appears.
3.)Select Properties, found right at the bottom of the menu box.
4.)Select the Settings Tab, found on the top right hand side of the window.
5.)On the bottom left hand side you will notice a slider bar under the heading Screen Resolution.
6.)Move this slider to the left to decrease the Screen resolution, less detailed, move the slider to the right to increase the Screen Resolution, more detailed.
7.)Ensure that the colour quality is set to highest, to give a more detailed and clearer picture!


Below: The window, see the slider bar on the bottom left and the colour quality on the right!
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That should do the trick!
Now you will enjoy all the detailed, crisp, goodness that your monitor has to offer.

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Till next time!
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First i would check my connection cables. I have had a cable go bad in the past and monitor was fine after replacing the cable. if that doesnt help, fortunately, Vieiwsonic has on eof the better support depts.

start here and select "monitor turns on then off"

http://www5.nohold.net/ViewSonic/Loginr.aspx?pid=5&eroute=ChatEscalation,EmailEscalation

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Hp w2007 why does the computer go pink everything that is green is now black


All the colours on the screen are created by "mixing" the 3 "primary" colours (red, blue, green).

Once the production of "green" ceases, anything that should be "100% green" becomes "100% black",
and every colour that indicates some percentage of "green" becomes a mixture of just RED and BLUE, i.e., various shades of PINK.

First, try the monitor on another computer (desktop or laptop). If the problem persists, it's time to replace the monitor. If the problem vanishes, it's the video-card in your computer that is not generating GREEN, or it is the "data" cable between your monitor and your computer that is not transmitting the GREEN request. So, you can try replacing the data-cable, or try replacing the video-card.

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My suggestion would be to test your computer using a different monitor. You have to find out whether it is your monitor that is bad or your computer. If you use a different monitor and everything looks fine and you see no dots then you know the computer is fine and it's the monitor that is bad. But if the screen still show dots and lines even with different monitor then your computers video card has gone bad and needs replaced. I would not try to repair the monitor that can be dangerous.
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either you internal video card is dying or the monitor is.

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yup. possibly a SW conflict. what you can do is to uninstall your video card driver and see if it runs properly under vga.sys driver (microsoft default) if it doesn't run, then you have a hardware problem.

you can come back to me anytime if you need more answers.

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to help you i need to know the video card config, your operating system, it can be with the video card drivers, virus/ or the monotor has gone bad. try receating the monitor cable.

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