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Monitor keeps "shrinking" the top and bottom 2-3 cms...


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#1 Cool_dude_Prav

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Posted 25 January 2010 - 12:11 PM

Hi,

Over the last few days I have had a problem with my monitor.. It keeps shrinking the bottom 2-3 cms and top 1-2 cms for a few seconds and then goes back to normal... I tried taking a screenshot, and realised that its doesn't show up on the screenshot.
The shrinking is kinda like when you apply heat to shrinkwrap or something... But I can see all the detail in the shrunked portion, except its all very small...
My video card is a Saphire ATI Radeon 9600 (RV350) with 256 MB or video memory and my monitor is NEC MultiSync FE1250 CRT.

Is this fixable? or is my monitor starting to die?

Thanks,
Prav.

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Posted 25 January 2010 - 12:57 PM

Most likely, the monitor is going south. To make sure, try it with another computer.

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