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I HAVE A 22" LG W2252TQ MONITOR AND I CAN NOT STOP IT FROM FLICKERING. WHAT CAN I DO? HELP HELP!

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    my LG Flatron 22in LCD W2252TQ flickers in world of warcraft.

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Make sure the lcd monitor is connected to a voltage regulator because if your electricity is fluctuating then that might be a cause of the flickering of the monitor. make sure also that the video card of your operating system is configured properly and the drivers are working fine.

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