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NEC AccuSync LCD 93VX
If you can try it on another unit , If it still does not work, Then the most likely culprit is a bad power supply. If you know any thing about soldering replace the capacitors they are probably bad but being that these things are being built so cheap.It could also have a bad inverter. not repairable by average dude.If you open it be careful and do not attempt unless you feel comfortable with a solder Iron.Hope this can help you Good Luck. www.IrionsTVshop.com board re builders.
Posted on Feb 29, 2008
This is the maximum resolution for this monitor:
1600 x 1200 / 76 Hz
Even if you lower the resolution to the monitor, as I can see that you want to do, the maximum refresh rate is still going to be 76 Hz. If you were able to force the monitor to scan a greater field rate and its protection circuits do not shut it down, the monitor will be damaged.
Your display card is most likely limited also, unless you went out and bought a very high end card.
When using a different resolution that what the specs on the monitor indicates as its native mode, this will reduce the quality of the results displayed.
Specs for this monitor:
Posted on Apr 24, 2008
SOURCE: NEC Accusync LCD92VM monitor
Hmmm, seen this one before, did you recently clean the screen with some kind of liquid cleaner/spray? I had to repair a monitor with same problems, some fluid had leaked onto the switch board....If not, any key's stuck or pressed in too hard?
Posted on Jun 09, 2008
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