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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Re: Kogi Monitor with fuzzy text
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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Problem in Your monitor VGA cable no horizental or Vertical signal.So it is not active standby mode.Check signal or VGA cable on not adjust properly CPU.or any other device.May be VGA cable was broken.Replace it.If you are not replace the part so you can get help any service technician.
Initially, lets try determining which is at fault.
power supply (unlikely) - the unit powers up, even after the display going off, the monitor is till on;
LCD screen (possibly) - will have to be determined later;
CCF Lamps (backlights) and/or inverter (most likely) - a check; power on the unit, run through the routine, change channels etc. with a flashlight shine
obliquely against the screen.
If with the use of the flashlight a darker semblance of the desktop could be seen, then you have just confirmed that it is either the
CCFL or the inverter and definitely not the LCD screen.
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