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Unlock the base first. Keep the monitor upside down on a soft flannel or any thing like that. there is tow clip locks on the top portion of the cabinet. Unlock it very carefully, after unscrew out the two screws at its botton side. Pull the back cover causiously.
This problem is not from monitor side,check computer RAM.Clean it twice and reinstall it on place.If you are using VGA card then disconnect it from PCI slots and connect VGA cable to on board VGA . I think it solves your problem.Let me know
put the crt screen downward pull plastic button and keep pulled then give the shock to base the base will be removed then take the flat screwdriver then look the gap at upper side and insert the screwdriver into it move screwdriver downwards there are two locks bend it by screwdriver the monitor will be opened
This monitor's standard resolution is 1280x1024. I would update your graphics driver. Just go into System Properties, and open up the Device Manager. (Press WinKey+Pause/Break key to open System Properties, and Device Manager is in the Hardware tab.) Locate the graphics driver in the Device list, right click and update the driver.
Sounds like a magnetism prob on your monitor. It happens occasionally and/or if a magnetic force has gotten close to the screen on CRT monitors. Speakers have magnets inside and many people place their speakers right next to their monitors. For your LG Studioworks 700S. I located a manual here: