Screen displaying a thin white very bright horizontal line.... plz help
Screen display is suddenly starting to show a thin white bright horizontal line in centre of display and remaining screen is blank, just nothing. its started happening when i click on .dat file in my recent documents. i dont know about the content of it and was trying to know that, when it happened..
please help me..
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Open this link and make it full-screen. Watch the screen for 20 seconds or so to see if the line of lit (white) pixels remain.
If this line remains during this, and even when the the computer is first starting up, it is most likely a row of "lit" pixels caused by a faulty connection or circuit inside the display.
While you can sometimes rub the area of the screen near a single lit pixel, an entire line of them usually denotes a more complex problem that can only be fixed by having parts replaced by a technician
Note: Be sure all of your cable connections are securely fitted, and that the line is there no matter what is displayed on the display (especially at the boot screen before Windows loads).
They are static lines. They can be caused by a variety of reasons, damage to your monitor, damage to your vid card (perhaps it was got a little too hot?), ive seen this issue also with overclocked, try resetting to defaults if so. Also try reinstalling/updating your current display drivers. If you have an integreated video card it could be that your motherboard got hot and perhaps damaged it. If you have a spare vid card or something else you can hook up to try, and it still has the static lines, then it is your monitor for sure.
The flybacktransformer is normally at the Horizontal section of the
monitor's mother board, It sounds that your flyback transformer might
be the cause, bright
intensive white lines can be fly back defective. . Try changing your
flyback cause I encounter a problem similar to this and it works.
I have an emachine 17" Flat Panel Monitor and I accidently touched the Standby Mode on my keyboard and now my menu won't work right. I can't adjust the color enough. If there is anything I can do to fix my problem it would be appreciated.
The monitor may not be able to handle the settings of the video adapter. If you boot into safe mode (tap F8 key as the computer starts), does the display appear correctly? If so, then you just need to turn down the settings (resolution, color quality, frequency) to the lowest possible settings. If the display still appears wrong, then it may be something wrong with the monitor. You can try connecting the monitor to another CPU and see if you can replicate the results.