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Ridiculously easy to burn-in???

Hey there, is it just me or is it incredibly easy to burn images into this particular monitor? funny because i have had this monitor for just a little over 2 years, and things have just started happening in the past couple months. it's become ridiculously easy to burn images into this monitor now, like if something's left on screen, within 5 minutes an afterimage will be there. even the ICONS ON MY DESKTOP and my WALLPAPER burn in after awhile. that CAN'T be normal. i've basically had to give up using maximized windows for browsers and working on photoshop and such. it's gotten to be such a pain because i'm so paranoid about the mish-mash of burned-in crap that will tattoo my monitor. before i receive dozens of suggestions for jscreenfix, rest assured i've tried running the jscreenfix program several times overnight (about 8-9 hours a night) already, and it's helped some of it, but there are still there thick, tinted bars (not very noticable, but i can sometimes see them if i'm watching a DVD on my computer), as well as the "file, edit, view, etc" menu bar from when i use a maximized window. somebody PLEASE HELP!!!! :( :( :( :(

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  • Dan Wong Jun 26, 2007

    well, thanks compuguy44. but the burned-in images stayed no matter how low i turned the brightness and contrast.

    now i'm reading that burn-in has to do with the liquid crystals in an exaggerated state of use, and if i leave the monitor off for a few days, it could go back to normal. which is pretty much the exact opposite of the jscreenfix idea, which is to leave that flickering screen on for hours, or even days at a time.

    i really don't know what to do, and i don't want to buy a new monitor because i just don't have the budget for it right now. ugh. keep posting suggestions, guys.

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Turn the brightness and contrast down on the monitor.

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