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Monitor the whole image on the screen is shaking. I have the changed the screen refresh rate to and it has gotten much better, but still not steady

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If you are using windows, there is an option to show only refresh rates supported by the monitor. Start with 60hz and go from there. Remember that the bigger the resolution, the smaller refresh rate it will handle.

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My compaq presario sr1620nx screen is shaking


Look for your computer's monitor settings, then adjust its refresh rate.
To modify a refresh rate on Windows, right-click anywhere on the Windows desktop.


Select "Properties," then choose the "Display Properties" tab on the window that appears.

Click the "Settings" option, then select "Advanced" from the window that appears.


Choose the "Monitor" tab, which lets you access a drop-down menu with the options for refresh settings adjustments.


As a basic guide, use a setting of at least 75 hertz.

Confirm the change by clicking "Apply." Reboot the PC to ensure the new settings on the screen take effect.

Check your screen if the blinking problem is resolved. If not, try a higher refresh setting.


If there is no change on the flickering of the screen, this means the problem is not caused by the screen's refresh rate.


If your computer is not running on a battery or surge protector, shut it down to safely transfer the plug to another outlet


Hope this helps.

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The images on my computer screen shake back and forth making it difficult to read. I tried hooking up my screen to another computer and the images were fine. Some one suggested to me that it may be the...


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Heat from monitor


The monitor,screen,adapter or display of a computer is the primary user interface. Monitor problems are some of the most common computer problems since the voltages inside a monitor can be as high as 10 KV. Many of the problems can be fixed yourself by simply changing the settings but in a few cases you may have to either replace or repair the monitor.
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Check the refresh rate. If the refresh rate is 50 Hz/ 60Hz (depending on which country you stay), it can be affected by interference from electrical power signals like those from fluorescent lamps . Increasing the refresh rate to 72Hz is recommended , since higher refresh rates reduce eyestrain and headaches
2. The display works fine initially, then after some time there are black lines on the screen and then the display disappears
There is a problem with the copper windings in the CRT monitor which are getting heated. It is better to replace the monitor
3. For a new monitor, you get a blank screen or distorted image.
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Could be a problem with the display card, check with another monitor. The monitor display cord and power cable should be fixed properly and there should be no loose connection.
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9. Run Antivirus to scan corrupt software files.Virus cause distorted characters and images.
10. Set your monitor/display pixels to the software requirements. some softwares require higher pixels to run or to be displayed. some media players, web applications, video games applications and photo editors/view softwares have option to view photos on low or high quality

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How to troubleshoot flickering, jittering, shaking, or wave-like images on a LCD monitor. 1) Connect the display to the computer. 2) Turn on the computer.


Any monitor has something called a screen refresh rate. If you are replacing your old monitor with a newer one, there is sth called a screen refresh rate that you need to configure. Older monitors (size also matter) have a lower screen refresh rate than the newer ones. If that happens to be your case, find the refresh rate of your new LCD on its manual and adjust it like this.
  1. Right click on an icon free area on your desktop.
  2. Click Properties
  3. On the Property dialog click on the Settings Tab
  4. At the bottom of the form click on Advanced
  5. On the coming property dialog click on the monitors tab
  6. Under Monitor Settings you will find the screen refresh rate combo box, here select the rate that suits you screen and click apply.
  7. confirm your actions in the confirmation window.
Note: Be sure to select a screen refresh rate that matches your screen. If you select a rate bigger than the LCD's capacity you will end up with a black screen on your monitor and won't be able to see the desktop unless you boot in safe mode.

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Dell laptop monitor jumping


Could be your refresh rate. Try the following:
* change your monitors refresh rate to higher availible.
* rt click on desktop then on properties and then display setting and then advance and then click on monitor tab and choose the highest availible and then click ok.

Would also attempt to move the screen forward and back to see if you have a pinched cable.

Also attempt to connect to an external monitor to see if it is your laptop monitor or the video card causing the problem.

Hope this helps.

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Screen Shakes on High Resolutions


your rate of refresh is too high, it's refreshing too fast, you need to lower the screen resolution. keep in mind, the tv resolution is much much smaller than a computer monitor. a computer monitor has much higher resolution. so Tv can only handle so much in resolution. if you need a better picture, it always the best to buy a monitor, not a tv for computer to get a good picture. if you have any more questions, let me know.

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check your refresh rate it sounds too high, try going to 60 or 75 hertz. you can change it by right clicking on the desktop and got to properties settings and then advanced and then monitor

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This can be caused by low Screen Refresh rate. Eg 60Mhz. To increase this go to Display propertes > Setting > Advance > Monitor > Screen Refresh rate
Your graphic driver must be installed correctly to be able to make this change.
Please tell me If this dont fix
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