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I know exactly what your talking about. I've seen in many times. It' happens too in CRT monitors as well as LCD. It could ALTHOUGH be as simple as a bad cable catching interference. Most likely though, it sounds like a bad LCD driver board or video board. If you have warranty, call it in. Otherwise see if it lessens with adjustments of contrast and brightness up and down. This directly affect the driver board power and can improve it enough to be tolerable again.
I HAVE RED DOTS ALL
Could be whats known as dead pixels, this is tested be showing up a black or white screen. Microsoft paint or word will do. If an area always has dots then dead pixel. However if it doesn't constantly remain a dot then, some-thing else. Dead pixels come about due to age.
A technician will be able to diagnose your problem by performing white screen test.
I need drivers for windows 98
Hi and welcome to fixya you could go for the official website of Microsoft. there you can find what you are looking for
I have a fixed image
Well, it certainly is related. This is OSD (On Screen Display) for adjustment, activated by those pushbuttons.
Did you try to completely unplug the power cable from the monitor for a minute and then reattaching it?
One of those pushbuttons may have got stuck in a depressed position, check if all of them click properly when pressed; sweet drinks spilled and dried off can make a button stick, and sometimes the plastic itself may develop enough friction for a button to stay in a depressed position.
If all the buttons work freely, the monitor may need professional servicing.
Windows logon screen flashes for 6 minutes
After the 6 minutes, what happens? Does Windows finally load? Does it power OFF?
Let's assume Windows eventually does load. The problem wouldn't be the monitor, instead look at your boot devices. You "could" have a USB Flash drive installed on your computer and that may affect the boot process. Try removing any external USB drives from your computer and try booting again. If it does load quicker, you have to check the internal configuration / setup screens on your computer. There is a boot sequence or boot order sequence that needs to be altered.
I am unable to turn
If none of the button are working then it could mean that one of the buttons is stuck or there is an issue with the board on the monitor itself.
Unplug the monitor from power and the computer. Make sure none of the buttons are stuck down, plug only power back in to the monitor and see what it shows. Plug it back into the computer and check to see if the problem returns
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