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Text Fuzzy On An Acer Al2017 Lcd Monitor


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#1 919263

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Posted 03 January 2007 - 11:56 AM

Hi All,
I just bought a new Acer AL2017 20" LCD Monitor. :huh:
The issue I am having is that the text is fuzzy on the screen. All the text is not fuzzy, just some parts of it.
I have ATI Radeon 9800 Pro Vid. card, I have updated the drivers for it, downloaded a driver for the monitor from the ACER site(They have an extremely slow site, and the Tech support has an average of 67 min wait, I e-mailed them also, but no reply to that either) The Vid Card still does not recognise it as acre, keeps saying Generic Monitor.
I also installed MS Power Toy Clear Type Text , but that does not seem to be working either.
I have tried all resolutions, but nothing.
The monitor states that the native resolution is 1400x1200, I do not see that as a choice in the resolution settings............ :thumbsup: B) :huh:

I am out of options at this time, if there is anyone out there who can help that would be great!!!!!!!!!!!

If not, I will return the product, and advise all not to buy ACER, as they are not even readily available to answer any questions....


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Posted 05 January 2007 - 06:56 PM

I have an acer laptop and i find it fine, I had kindoff the same problem as you. Make sure u screen is set to true colour not high colour

Hope i helped




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