Question about HP D5060A (White) 14 in. Flat Panel LCD Monitor
You might need to replace the surface mount capacitors. measure the ESR on them, the higher it is, the more likely you are to get ripples. If this doesn't say much to you, take it to a lab. Use the warranty if you have it offcourse. Good luck
Posted on May 07, 2006
Try doing a doing a factory reset on the monitor. could also be the brightness could be out of range.
and try not to place monitor next to microwaves, magnets or high power electircal devices.
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
I just had the same issue.
I think I've fixed it!
I went into the display settings where you can control the screen refresh rate (display properties > settings > advanced > monitor).
The only option listed was 60 MHz. Bummer. I was sure that was it.
Then I unchecked the box that says only display settings that this monitor can display (or something like that). I then selected 75MHz. Bingo!! It worked
Posted on Feb 06, 2008
Mine has the waves when using the 15 pin VGA. When using the DVI connector they are not present. The DVI uses diffrential signaling which is imune to noise and the VGA is single wire.
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
I found the solution on the "waves" problem. I changed the pixels. The screen is now fixed!! No more waves. Carol49
Posted on Nov 26, 2007
Are you using DVI cables? If you use the traditional blue vga ones you will see waves across your screen.
Posted on Apr 19, 2007
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