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Kogi Monitor with fuzzy text

My 19" flatscreen behaves most of the time, however, today it has two vertical areas where the text is fuzzy. I've tried several things: rebooted, turned off the computer and monitor and unplugged the works then plugged them all back in and have had some improvement. Any suggestions for removing the fuzziness?

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    DeLys Chauvin Mar 23, 2007

    Ok, thanks! There's some more improvement but it's not the same crisp appearance I've enjoyed before.

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Here is one small solution. goto start: -> control panel -> display click on the "appearance" tab. then click on "effects" check the box that says: Use the following method to smooth the edges of screen fonts (and make sure to choose "cleartype") You should notice the fonts are a little sharper as well as having a backdrop.

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