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Anonymous Posted on Dec 30, 2006

Monitor goes blurry, colours/pixels start shaking across screen

This problem started about a month ago. It tends to happen when the monitor is idle for even a few minutes. The best way to describe it is "Monitor goes blurry with colours/pixels start shaking across screen". Best comparison is like when an old TV starts getting grainy when it loses signal. Monitor is only 18 months old. When this problem happens I have to restart my whole system. Any help would be appreciated! :) Thanks.

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Do you have your screen saver enabled, i so turn it off and se if it still does it. Secondly boot your pc in safe mode(pressing F8) on boot up and select start windows in safe mode. See if the monitor still does it, if so a monitor fault or loose/faulty vga lead. If it is ok then your graphics driver may be corrupt and need re installing.

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