I play World of Warcraft and use a GeForce 8500 card. Ive noticed when i enter like dark or shaded areas, its really dark and you cant see anything. Kinda has a black glow onto it that blocks you from seeing anything.
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Re: 19" Widescreen Dark Shading
It is probably a driver issue. see if installing the latest driver fixes the issue. Click here. Otherwise try running the game in opengl mode(It can run in two modes 1)direct3d and 2)opengl and see if it fixes the issue Postback if you need more help
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It sounds like the PC video color setting is at 16 instead of 24 or 32 bit color setup. You need to check the display properties setting on the PC (Right click on the desk top). Also try it on other PC and also check the VGA cable.
It does sound like it had logic issue that seding the dimming command to the backlight inverter circuits to dim down the lamps. Yoy may have to look inside.
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hello! it would be good if you will inform the company wherein you had puirchase that gadget right away. there might be some technical problem with it. companies always provide a warranty, you consult it to them right away..thanks! feel free to contact me for more inquiry.
Thanks for the comment regarding what type of computer equipment that you have. The integrated video card that you are using definitely is not designed for the widescreen monitors and will not work properly with the widescreen (as you have noticed). The solutions that you can use would be to get a non-widescreen standard monitor or install a new video card that has widescreen capability.
Do you have video card installed in your motherboard?
If you have any do your have drivers installed for your video card?
If you do so pls check your settings for video and check foe the system requirements of World of Warcraft. Adjust your video setting to the specified recomendations found in the requirments for the game. System requirements located at the lower back part of your purchased cd.
Sometimes this is due to graphics cards, but most of the time it is due to drivers. If it does not happen when you are using your PC for other things the problem probably just lies with the graphic card, driver, and this particular game or any game similar. Drivers are the most notorious! Check your requirements on the game for graphics cards recommendations! Let me know!
Picked up this monitor about half a year ago, a Viewsonic A91f+, and have been having some issues for a while now concerning what appears to be shifting in the monitor image, but that is about the best I can describe it as.
It is most noticable when a large dark area meets a light area, like text or window edges. This "shifting" only occurs on the right side of objects and seems to show most often after I switch resolutions more than a few times, usualy due to gaming. Ive also noticed it happening from running random programs that dont require resolution changing/flickers but this happens FAR less often.
-photograph of the effect-
As you can see, its pretty subtle on a darker background, but Ive had no luck carturing it on a light one. Anyone have any idea as to what is occuring on this monitor and how it could possibly be fixed?
Possibly an issue with magnets? For a while, I did have a small headset hanging off the the monitor on the side that the images "shift" towards, but even taking those off and away havent fixed it.
Currently the only fix I have found for this is to shut my monitor off for 5-30 minutes, depending on how bad the "shifting" is when I find a time break long enough to fix it.