Question about Computers & Internet
It seems that your operating system is correct and a problem there is with the monitor itself.
May i please know what kind of monitor r u using (is it Digital or Analog type)
1 Digital type monitor.
In this kind of monitor there is no problem with the operating system. you can manually set the monitor by the button given on the monitor itself. try playing with them and your problem will be sorted if not then call the technician.
2 Analouge type monitors.
In this monitor some old monitors have some rotating (volume control type of switches) in the back of the monitor where the power cables are connected. try playing with them it will help. otherwise you have to call for ur computer vendor.
bye and thank you
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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