Posted 14 July 2006 - 08:27 AM
Verify that everything is plugged in tightly into the vga slot (where the monitor plugs into the back of your comuter).
Check your settings for the monitor itself. Make sure that you haven't accidently changed the settings to something that the monitor might not like (like an odd refresh rate, dpi etc. etc.).
Is it possible for you to replace this monitor with another monitor to rule out that the first monitor is bad? I'd start with these things first.
If it still persists, can you change out your vga card? Or put it into the onboard vga slot on the mobo?
Hope this helps!
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