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Re: Flashing lines down the right hand side of my monitor
It could be two things.
1. The graphics card is failing.
2. The monitor is exhibiting a defect.
If you have graphics card plugged into your computer, try disconnecting the card and hook your monitor into the built in video port and see if the issue goes away. If it does, then the video card may be failing. If you dont have a seperate video card, then the monitor might be having issues itself. Of course Onboard video can display this behavior too although I have not personally seen it.
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Which OS are you running?
Try this, after staring your PC press CNTRL-ALT-Delete and go to the processe TAB. Check if you see EHTRAY.EXE running.If so kill it and see if the yellow line disappears. ehtray.exe is part Mediaplayer and runs on startup, sometimes causing strange things.
You can remove it from the registry safely but if youé not familiar with the registry don't do it because 1 error might mess up your PC.
Monitor sizes are measured on the diagonal from corner to corner.
A 17" LCD may have a screen width of 12 inches measured from side to side.
If you are measuring a old style CRT monitor (Cathode Ray tube) the visible screen area will be about an inch less as there is about 1/2 inch of plastic frame holding the CRT in the chassis. The manufacturer can advertise the actual size of the screen regardless of how much is actually visible to display information.
If you are talking about software not utilizing all the available screen area to display the image, that is an issue with the people writing the software code not keeping up with the changes in hardware.
In the past year or two, most displays have switched to the 16:9 and 16:10 wide aspect ratios while most web content is still written for the 4:3 old style aspect ratio. Eventually, software developers will catch up with cusrrent hardware.
such issues have occured in the Past, Please Check if the Crack appears in the BIOS mode.Safemode also Try another Monitor to find out if it is not the wall paper because if it is then the Crack will appear in the other Displa too...
Verify your LCD Display Print Width setting is set wider than your actual label width. The printer will only print to the width of the PRINT WIDTH setting. Also verify any driver or software settings as these override your printer settings.