Question about ViewSonic PC Desktops
I had the same problem same model. The image was off center to the right and it couldn't be fixed by the auto-image adjust or the manual adjust.
My solution was really simple, I moved a video player (RealPlayer) onto the monitor and maximized the screen, then pressed auto-adjust once. It worked.
Posted on Apr 19, 2010
It sounds as though there might be a bad connection or the display itself is bad.
First thing first make sure tha the video cable is securely connected. I would try removing the cable from both ends, making sure there aren't any broken or bent pins and reconnecting.
If there is another computer you can test I would hook the same monitor to it and see if you get the same result. Alternatively if you have another monitor you can test it out on the computer in question.
If the different monitor works fine it could be a bad VGA cable or the Viewsonic display itself. If the Viewsonic works on another computer just fine and a different monitor malfuctions on your original computer it could be a bad video card on the computer.
It's going to take a little trial and error.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
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