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I have an LG 60" DLP that is approx 4 yrs old. There are light blue hazy area showing up on the lower right, and lower left side of the screen.

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Video card too much heat, is the LG itself real warm after a short turn on time? take monitor and hook to another PC and see if problem is there also. check connections in back of PC and LG are secured.

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...hi, i've got a 2" wide black vertical area on


That reads like an alignment problem on the monitor, rather than a computer setting.. If you have a flat-panel monitor, usually on the front, lower right or along the right side, you can press a Menu or Settings button, press + or - to the Horizontal setting, press the Select button, then press the + or - button to move the display to the right. Press the Select or Menu button again to set the new location.

The actual button designations could be different.. best if you look at the manual on the monitor.

If graphics card will let you oversize the display, it might also have a Pan option that would let you slide the display back to the right. In that case, look in the Notification area (lower right) of the screen for a graphics card icon that will let you Pan right.

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I have an Acer laptop approx. 2 years old. I am trying to show a folder from My Pictures on a InFocus in 20 series. Projector is up and on computer source. When I start up the computer, the projector...


You need to enable the 2nd video output in the video card settings!

right click on desktop select properties and select the settings tab
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Select the monitor 2, click on extend my desktop to this monitor.

Then you can drag windows either out from your main monitor, to up, down, or the sides debends on where you set the 2nd display, you can also change the position of the 2nd screen by draging it around in the middle.

Aug 11, 2008 | InFocus PC Desktops

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How to format and instal a window xp


1.Insert your Windows XP installation disc into your CD drive<br /><br />2.Now as you computer boots a little more it will say "Press any key to boot from CD.." press a key to do so.<br /><br />3.The CD will load up a blue screen and then spend a while loading files it needs. When it is finished it will list a few options, mainly "Press ENTER to set up Windows XP." Press Enter or Return.<br /><br />4. Now you will be at a screen to select where to install Windows to. This is where you can delete old partitions and format drives. The box in the bottom half of the screen shows all your drives and the partitions that exist on them. Use the Up and Down arrow keys to highlight your "C:" partition and press the 'D' key (if all that shows up is "Unpartitioned space" and you have no C: or D: partitions, skip this step). On the next screen press the 'L' key to finalize deleting the partition.<br /><br />5.Now you are back on the screen to choose where to install Windows. The box on the lower half of the screen should no longer show a partition but simply have an entry "Unpartitioned space xxxxxMB." Select this with the arrow keys and press the 'C' key to create a partition on the drive. The next screen tells you the minimum and maximum sizes the partition can be and lets you pick the size. The default size is the maximum, but double check that the number entered is the maximum and hit enter.<br /><br />6.Now you will again be back at the choose where to install Windows screen. But this time you will have a partition that looks something like this "C: Partition1 [New (Raw)]xxxxxxMB." Highlight this entry and press enter.<br /><br />7.The next screen lets you choose which file system to format the drive with. Choose NTFS as it is faster and more secure. If the drive is brand new and has never been used before then use one of the options that ends in "(Quick)." Or, choose one of the lower down options. Use the arrow keys to select the proper one and press Enter or Return.<br /><br />8. From here you are all set and the installation of Windows will proceed starting with a format of your drive. This will take a while (over half an hour)

on Jun 23, 2011 | PC Desktops

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How to change the mouse sensitivity


<p>Click on the "Start" button in the lower left corner of your computer screen to open the Start menu so you can change the mouse sensitivity. Locate the control panel link on the right-hand column of the Start menu and click on the link.<br /> <p><br /> <p>Wait for the Control Panel manu to open and then locate the "Search Control Panel" bar at the top of the menu on the the right-hand side. Type in "mouse" (no quote marks) in the window and locate the mouse menu at the top, left side of the menu.<br /> <p><br /> <p>Locate the link that says "Change Button Settings" at the bottom of the mouse menu and click on the link. When the mouse properties window appears, locate the tabs at the top of the window and find the one that says "Pointer Options."<br /> <p><br /> <p>Click on the "Pointer Options" window tab and locate the heading that says "Motion." In the Motion section, find the slide ajustment bar that is labeled "Slow" on the left side and "Fast" on the right side of the bar.<br /> <p><br /> <p>Move the bar according to your desired speed and preferences, and click on the "Apply" button on the lower right-hand side of the window.<br /> <p><br /> <p>Click the "OK" button on the lower left-hand side of the window, which will take you back to the default window. Verify that the mouse sensitivity is according to your needs and readjust if necessary by repeating these steps.<br />

on Dec 07, 2010 | PC Desktops

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Need to shrink my computer screen back to normal size have windows vista


Right click on any open area of the desktop screen and select Screen Resolution. There should be a recommended Resolution size or keep trying different resolution till it fits the screen. Your screen size will determine your resolution. 17in 19in 22in 24in etc.


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Click on the arrow next to Resolution for drop down menu

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Jan 20, 2013 | HP TouchSmart PC Desktops

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Can u uninstall emachines then reinstall so that the colors are right


1) Right-click on an empty area of your desktop screen.

2) Left-click on Properties at the bottom of the list.

3) Left-click on the Settings tab.

4) In the middle on the right side; What does it state for Color quality?
It should state - Highest (32 bit)
If not left-click on the blue down arrow to the right of this box.
(Color quality box)

Left-click on Highest (32 bit)
Now go below to the right, and click on Apply.
Then go to the bottom left, and click on OK.

Still no change?
Go to your monitor, and monitor settings. See if the colors are set right.

Still no?
If the monitor is a flat LCD screen, see if there is another KNOWN to be good monitor cable, (From another computer?), to use for a test.

If you are using an older CRT monitor, it may be at the end of it's 'Life Cycle'.
(Looks like a small TV)

Regards,
joecoolvette

Jan 20, 2012 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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Hello. I was cleaning the dust out of my computer fans and somehow the little blue & white, and red & white cables came out of where the attach to the motherboard. I am looking for a diagram so...


Looking at the board with the SATA connectors to the right and the backplate to the left. Look to the lower right corner of the board. You will see a group of two rows of pins(9pins with one missing) The pin that is missing is pin#10. The pins are numbered even on the pin#10 side, odd on the other. The Power Switch - Pin 2 is the Red wire/white is Pin 4. The Power Led - Pin 6 is blue pin 8 is white.
Shhhh! Must be a Gateway Secret.

Jun 13, 2011 | Gateway GM5664 Desktop PC

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Computer start up is hazy and it shows a blue screen of death with crash info about video device driver glitch and device malfunction. need assistance ASAP


If your display driver is the real problem, you can remove it by going into safemode.
Restart your PC.
Keep tapping F8 once you see the post screen
From the Advanced Boot Options, choose SafeMode
When inside windows, right click on My Computer and select Properties.
If you're in Windows XP, go to Hardware tab and click on Device Manager. In case of Vista, click on Device Manager in the left pane
Under Display Adapters, right click on the entry and choose uninstall.
Restart your PC.

If you need drivers head to nVidia

Dec 21, 2009 | Acer Aspire L100 PC Desktop

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Hi. i have an LG 42inch plasma, approx 18 months old. about 2 months ago, a green stripe developed down the right hand side of the screen, approx 1.5 inches wide. last week a 2nd stripe the same width...


Sadly, the plasma screen is failing. The green strip is no longer functioning properly and the failures will continue to progress.

If still under warranty, get it exchanged.

Jun 12, 2008 | PC Desktops

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