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HP w19b "shadow"

Not sure if I would call it ghosting or not, but everything (especially black text on white background) seems to have a shadow to the right of it. Especially noticeable with bold text and larger fonts. Saw one "generic" fix for "ghosting" that recommended a cable replacement but don't want to spend the $ if we're really talking about something different. Have updated the driver and attempted various adjustments (focus, etc). The OSD is NOT shadowed or "ghosted"

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  • MikealS Sep 02, 2008

    The display adapter is on-board (Dell computer) and uses the Intel g33/g31 express chipset

  • MikealS Sep 02, 2008

    Naturally, the FIRST thing I did was to reset everything to factory defaults.

  • MikealS Sep 02, 2008

    Thanks will give it a try.

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Hi,
OSD has no shadow shows monitor itself is OK and problem is in cable. Barrow a cable from friend and confirm the result.
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Try restoring the monitor setting to default factory setting.

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What is the video card you are using?

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    micromaster Sep 02, 2008

    first try to update your vdeocard driver

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    micromaster Sep 02, 2008

    which one u will give a try?

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    micromaster Sep 02, 2008

    which one u will give a try?

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