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Shadowy/Ghosting Display on my monitor

Hi All, Hope you can help. My monitor has shadows and ghosting around text and images (inc short mouse trails). I just wanted to know the best steps to troubleshoot this issue. Thanks, Stuba

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Check the VGA connector and the cable. It might be loose.

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Hi guys before you do anything drastic, unplug the monitor from the back and wait a couple of minutes and then replug it. I know it sounds like a simple solution, that's what I did and it worked. It kinda looks like it needs to be demagnetized....

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Posted on Apr 09, 2011

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