Question about Computers & Internet
You know if it pops back and forth this could be an indication that the video card on your PC may not be doing well. The way to really make sure is plug your monitor into another working computer and see if you have the same issue if not and the monitor works fine you may want to replace the video card for your computer. Monitors are a dime a dozen these days especially CRTs that would be how I would approach this issue. Do not invest in a repair unless it is a flat screen monitor if you are going to pay for a repair at least do it for a flat monitor I have about 23 of them in my garage giving them away they are around. Thanks for using FixYa! John
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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