My flat panel monitor has begun having problems displaying pictures. The pictures, my own files, and those in ads looked ragged and appear to have small "blocks" of color that are visible rather than being in-focus and sharply defined.
I've used the monitor controls to reset the monitor to its original factory settings. That didn't help. I've looked to see if there are any other drivers available, but I've only had the unit about 4 months and I've not found any.
Any suggestions as to why the monitor is suddenly not displaying pictures correctly?
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can you connect to a tv or another monitor???try this see if works;if not the problem is with the graphics if you can get picture on a tv monitor check the device manager..(right clik start control panel-device manager)if any items have a yellow triangle there is a problem.
A ghost on your screen is usually caused by a second or reflection of the same image getting into your monitor, and the space between the real image ant the ghost is the delay in time or extra distance the second image travels before it is displayed on your screen. It is usually caused by a defective video cable or a cable longer than usual like 8 feet or more. Also is your monitor plugged into the same outlet as the computer, and is the case on your computer as all are possible reasons for your problem. Some times adding a ground wire from monitor to computer can correct problem. This can be a problem that takes some real detective work to find, and all I can do is suggest some possible causes.
It may have one of reasons: 1. "Dirty" supplying voltage in the monitor - check all electrolytic capacitor. 2. Bad controller chip - check if it gets extremely hot when working, also you may see darkened area on other side of the PCB where that chip is located. 3. Loosed connection between controller PCB and the display itself - disconnect the cable and clean contacts, especially of blade connector on display side, check if there are some overpressed contacts.