Question about Dell Dimension 4600 PC Desktop
I have recently replaced my graphics card for trouble with my monitor.
Red colored distortion, intermitantly or comes on then goes off (when I connect to the internet on my homepage or while surfing). There is not one single bit of info on the internet to discribe this after, after mindless word choices and cross referencing. The monitor has been checked as "ok" by a business and self check feature. I even intiated on the monitor menu a
a factory restore. All five w's need to be explained: Who, What, When,
Where, Why, and Ho(w). I've done research until I'm blue in the face, Norton says: no viruses....Webroot says: no spyware or malicious
spam, rootkits, phishing, etc, etc have been detected. No more Simon says: I want answers.
Most likely the VGA cable itself. It comes and goes. If you wiggle your cord around near the tower, you can get it to go in and out. If the VGA cable is built into the monitor, you're outta luck but if not you can just replace the VGA cable. Have you tried another monitor on your system?
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