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Re: Samsung SyncMaster 920NW
Good morning! kindly review the operations manual included when you bought the unit, takeing note on the best set-up settings of the display properties. Otherwise, you may opt to set it to other resolutions that will support the best display. best regards.
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The 920nw did have a 3 year warranty on the unit but they will be out of warranty now. The flickering power light is an indication of a failure in the power supply board. When the board fails it can't start up correctly and the power shuts down over and over so you get the blinking light and no display. This is a very common failure point on all LCD monitors after a few years of use. There are parts called capacitors on the power supply board and they filter the output power. When they fail the power is not properly regulated and the power supply shuts down and tried to restart so you get the flashing. Here is a link to a repair guide that will show you how to dis-assemble the unit and then what to look for and replace to get it back up and running again.
This is due to backlite problem of LCD panel.
You may approach authorised service center for this issue they will solve your problem. Do not try to do yourself unless you have sufficient experience on LCDS.
please try to check / use the display adapter device (like nvidia if this is installed in your PC) settings control panel instead of the System->Preference->Screen Resolution option then you can obtain the desired graphics display. best regards
The issue here is that you have a low resolution picture and a high resolution display. Windows is "stretching" the smaller, low resolution picture so that it will fit across the larger area, thus distorting it.
Right click on the desktop and select properties. Go to the Desktop tab. There should be an item there for position. Is it set to Stretch? If it is, then this is causing the problem. Set it to center, and it should appear fine.
If you want to keep this from happening:
1) User higher resolution pictures.
2) Turn down the resolution on your screen (this can be done from the Settings tab of display properties).