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Strange Monitor Activities ...help Please ?


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#1 Velio

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Posted 22 June 2008 - 11:53 AM

I have an AOC monitor that does the following when it heats up to a point .
When it is cold and just turned on the picture even exceeds out of the monitor's boundries with 2 or 3 milimeters ,BUT when it heats up ,the picture starts to get 5 or 6 milimeters in to the screen and between the picture and the edge of the screen there is a black line of pixels that are not in use .Its as if the monitor gets shorter in a vertical aspect every time it heats up .
Another strange thing about it is that always when it turns off ,it starts to make a strange fissing noise as if watter is flowing in it o.o .
When its turned on in 85Hz its harder to make the lines straight no matter what controls i use .
Even in lower level i.e..75Hz its still not fully straight . The horizontal line on the top is a bit bended. Its not much ...only 2 or 3 milimeters ,but it stays this way all the time .
The monitor is flat ,so the lines should be straight . I have spend alot of time calibrating it ,but there is no use . The lines are always not fully flat with difrence in 2 or 5 milimeters at best .
Can this meen that this machine is finaly giving up ?

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Posted 22 June 2008 - 04:43 PM

It sounds like it's about to die on you. Is this a flat panel or an old CRT? Can you try another monitor on your computer to make sure it's not the video card?
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#3 Velio

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Posted 22 June 2008 - 06:32 PM

Yeah its CRT. The strange thing is that the colours are absolutely PERFECT . The contrast and everything is ok . Its just the lines >.< .
I dont have another monitor which is flat here . I suddenly decided to upgrade it and will put a new video ,becouse i need a more powerfull one enyway and when i visit my friend, i might try it on his monitor .

Could this actualy be from the video card o.o ?

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Posted 23 June 2008 - 01:42 AM

Before you purchase another graphics card, see if you can borrow another monitor to determine if the monitor is the problem.

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