I've been using my monitor for quite sometime now, but lately, all the monitor settings start to go wild on the first 30 minutes after it's turned ON. the jog autatically selects any settings available on the screen, then later it increase/decrease, then selects another adjustment and increase/decrease value. i could not controll it. sometimes it just turn off by itself. any ideas?
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If you've ever used a CRT monitor, you know that fine-tuning your refresh rate is essential. The refresh rate of a display is measured in Hertz (abbreviated Hz) and specifies the number of times per second that a display is illuminated.<br />
Setting the refresh rate to 60 Hz - a common default value - tells the monitor to redraw itself 60 times per second. For most people, that setting on a CRT monitor is too slow, resulting in an annoying flicker that can cause headaches, eyestrain, and fatigue. Bumping the refresh rate to a higher number can reduce that flicker, as long as the monitor itself can handle the faster rate.<br />
If you're using an LCD monitor then a safe refresh rate lies in the 60Hz-75Hz range. A greater refresh rate when it comes to LCD's means greater performance.<br /><br />
<b><u>How to adjust the refresh rate</u></b><br />
Firstly you will need to right click on your desktop background and select <b>Properties</b>.<br />
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This will display the <b>Display Properties</b> window as show below.<br />
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You will need to click the <b>Settings</b> tab.<br />
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Once in the <b>Settings</b> tab you will need to click on the <b>Advanced</b> button.<br />
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Then click on the <b>Monitor</b> tab.<br />
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Here you can change the screen's refresh rate. Make sure the box next to <b>Hide modes that this monitor cannot display</b> is ticked. After you have selected the refresh rate you wish click <b>OK</b>. It would be a very good idea if you have the user's manual for the monitor handy just so that you can see what the manufacturer suggests the refresh rate should be set to.
Can you use the monitor controls to adjust the Input selection, color settings and display settings. You may have the wrong input selected. Another possibility is the resolution output from your PC will not work on your monitor so it shuts down to protect itself from overdriving signals.
what you are seeing ithe horizonal sync lines, have you tried to adjust the settings on this monitor, I would try turning down the brightness, and the contrast. There should be a menu button on the monitor to adjust it.
sounds like you have to set the monitor resolution using your computer. right click desktop...
graphics options. or Properties. look for Resolution slider. Move it around. press apply. see what happens. if it now fits but is fuzzy. change the refresh rate eg. 60 Hz or 75 Hz.
On the monitor itself there is typically a button that allows you to move the image to fit the screen, quite often these settings are inadvertently played with by children ect. look for buttons/ menu's on your monitor itself. play with the settings .
in your monitor settings you should have a default settings selection button you can Select and it will or should set your monitor to default . If it doesn't work , you have a problem with the monitor itself .
The problem is probably a setting with the Monitor itself. You can adjust the horizonal and vertical settings on the monitor itself. Sometimes it is accessed by a menu button on the monitor or by a knob.
Look around on the monitor and see if you can adjust it there!
Sure you can... just go to your toolbars bottom R/H side and look for a Graphic Card settings for example ( Nvidia or ATI settings) Then right click and look for a rotation settings from there just followed the settings... To adjust the display, open your on screen display on your LCD monitor and look for Auto Adjust by using (- +) buttons... Have a nice day!