How can i get rid of the constant jitter on the screen when i set the screen resolution to the max which is recomended....i wanted to try and update the BIOS driver, but was not sure what version to download....please help.
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Have you ever had a wired interference on your screen:
NOW IT ENDS! There are couples of easy steps that will solve your problem! 1. Look out for any Electromagnetic field emitting devices next to your monitor and move themaway(like phones, big magnets, speakers...) 2.Make sure that the monitor's plug, is well plugged and notmoving around. 3. On some systems, it is possible to reset therefresh rate of the monitor to line frequency (60 Hz) without serious sideeffects. More often, though, this will result in a sacrifice of resolution, andin almost all cases, the jitter will have been traded for flicker (the refreshrate has been increased by the monitor manufacturer to avoid flicker - the eyecan detect a refresh of the image at 60 Hz). Further, if the backgroundmagnetic fields are strong enough, even setting the refresh rate to 60 Hz willnot remove all of the jitter. 4. If all above doesn't work, and you can't stand the interference simply buyand LCD screen and never have these kind of trouble again.
on your desktop, click on the right click on the mouse. then go to properties, and screen settings. you can change the resolution from there. I would also recommend you to work on 1280x1024 as it fits best on the 17' you purchased.
it happens because you have selected( accidentally or otherwise) the resolution that the monitor cannot handle easily. So each time turn on the computer the screen tries to adjust itself to work with the resolution that you have selected. Select a screen resolution that the monitor can handle and work with.