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Fuzzy Monitior/monitor Twitching.

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#1 Da Salmon

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Posted 22 May 2008 - 04:10 AM

Hello! Recently my monitor has been getting a little fuzzy/twitchy. Mainly just text. It kind of creeps up on the monitor, and changing the Hz of the display fixes it temporarily. I have a Hyundai L91A monitor (LCD). My video card is a 8800 GeForce GTX Special, and recently it has been asking for more power(going to fry's this weekend for it), but it says it's just going to run at a lower speed/power setting for now. What could be causing the monitor twitching?

(Odd note: Right now after waking up with my monitor being on all night, there seems to be no monitor twitching. No idea why it's not twitching.)

Also how do I Degauss this kind of monitor, I can't seem to find a "degauss" option in the monitor's menu, just an auto adjust which doesn't do anything to stop the twitching.

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Posted 22 May 2008 - 08:04 AM

You don't have to degauss a LCD monitor
Exactly hoe is it asking for more power? Any error messages?
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#3 Da Salmon

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Posted 22 May 2008 - 11:13 PM

When I start my computer up, I get a GeForce message(not an error message), and it tell me I need more power. It then tells me it will run on a lower setting to accomodate for less power.

Also for some odd reason the second I asked this question my monitor hasn't fuzzed up since. It had been fuzzing up for almost a week too. Wondering if that last Hz change fixed it? I have no idea... any clues anyone?

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