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Either the video adapter is bad or the driver is corrupted. Go to dell.com and download and reinstall the software driver for your model. If it doesn't change the appearance, try the monitor on another pc/laptop. If still bad, monitor display is defective.
Hi nothing you can do about that - sounds reminiscent of the old school LCD computer monitors/ laptop screens. the LCD technology has advanced significanty to170 degree viewing angles to all but eliminate this artefact.
My VX924 did the same thing but now displays nothing and power switch light just blinks. According to an answer listed on previous page, it may have bad capacitors. I may have to take a look at them. Viewsonic repair facility examination of this monitor runs $70.
It glows white because the LCD controller (part of the LCD panel) is not getting the 5vdc from the logic board or the LCD controller board has blown fuse due to short circuits, see what LCD controller looks like here: http://s807.photobucket.com/albums/yy352/budm/LCD%20panel/
First thing to look for is to see if the ribbon cables on both ends are in place and have clean contacts.
You may have to match up the video card settings with the monitor settings to get the correct resolution setting. Try adjusting the resolution of the graphics card to match the setting for the monitor. If this does not work you can call, Envision customer support at this telephone number : 1-888-838-6388. They should be able to help you get the correct setting for you set-up. I hope this information helps you with your problem.
could be a monitor miscalibration. Sometimes, pictures will be different than what it appears LCD monitor brightness cud be high and PC monitor brightness might be low...
Did u try printing some of the dark pictures? if printed photos are different, then its defintely a calibration issue.