Posted 22 March 2008 - 09:07 AM
Thanks for the replies! I realized the link I sent is to the wrong monitor. That model is an AL2016WBbd, while mine is a AL2016WBb. Mine has the same specs, but only has a VGA port and no DVI.
My monitor uses VGA, but to hook it up to my graphics card I have to use a VGA-DVI adapter.
By "wavy" I mean that on only dark colors like black, dark browns, and dark blues, you can see slow moving waves, going in a certain direction. The waves look exactly like waves in water. It's like the lcd fluid, or whatever is in it that produces the picture, is having a pebble thrown into it and the rippling out is what I see. The waves are not different colors then the color that section of the screen is suppose to be displaying. I tried taking a screen shot, but there were no waves, so its a monitor problem.
It only happens on dark colors. Right now since this website is mostly white with some blue, I don't see any waves at all.
This isn't a big problem, but it would just be nice to fix it.
I'll try rolling back my drivers too.
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