The text/images/etc. on my viewsonic seem to bleed color to the right. I've been looking for someone else who mentions this particular problem, but have found no one so far. what might cause this and is there a simple solution?
Try plugging the monitor into a system that is known to be good. If the problem stays the problem is most likely some thing with the monitor (unless it?s the cable, try a new cable also). If the problem goes away the real problem is in your video card or the settings. If you tweak the settings do exceed the refresh rate max (75Hz for this monitor) or you may damage the monitor. The recommended resolution for this monitor is 1280 X 1024. You can also get the latest drivers from ViewSonic.
If the mother board has built in video and your using a plug in card remove the card and try the on board video. If you?re using the on board video do the opposite, plug in a card (PCI or AGP) and try that. You may have to flip a switch in the CMOS to get one or the other to work Hope this helps
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LCD monitors do best at their native resolution. There might be 2x2 pixels per spot at that resolution. Once you change the resolution, you might have 2.7 x 2.7 pixels per spot (merely an example). Although a resolution might fit well, at 3x3 or 4x4 pixels, all the other resolutions might look out of focus as each character bleeds over into an adjacent pixel.
The 16:9 aspect ratios are the only ones that will work correctly with this monitor; others will show black at the top and bottom or left and right, or images will be too tall or too wide.
The resolutions you should try are 1920 x 1080, 1280 x 720 or 800 x 600. When I look at resolutions available for my 16:9 ratio monitor, those are the three that are bold.. others are available, but would not show the high quality display.
There are also buttons on the front of the monitor to adjust the display left/right, up/down, re-size, focus, brightness, etc.. A change there could make a difference too.
turn your color all the way down and observe the black and white, contrast and grays . should be crisp. if sorted looks still like blurry grays with little contrast...... your problem lies in the video processing circuit.
This machine, like almost every other laser based device on the market does not print bleeds.
The spec for the image masking at the edge is probably in the 3 to 4 mm range. When the sales person tells you that you can do "full bleed" what they are saying (even if they do not realize it) is that you can print an image larger than 11x17 onto a 12x18 sheet of paper and then trim the page back to 11x17 so that the final product bleeds over the edge.