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Fuzzy Display

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#1 Paniconthenet


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Posted 07 March 2007 - 02:41 AM

Hi, I found this site looking for help with my moms computer, which i did and am excited to be apart of the community here! I have a problem with my HP desk top though i can not seem to find help with. When booting up it has a fuzzy display, almost like there is a shadow of everything a quarter of an inch from the said item. I know it sounds funny, but i have unplugged the monitor many times and its sometimes a quick fix, sometimes not. Am I missing something, never run into this sort of thing before. help if possible, and i'm happy to give more info, as i don't see how anyone would know what this is! Thanks in advance!

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#2 fozzie


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Posted 07 March 2007 - 04:01 AM

Welcome to BC Paniconthenet As a first resort try to determin whether it is the monitor at fault by connecting it to another computer. If it is blurry on the other computer your monitor is "dyying "If that does not work we need to work on other options. Post your computer specs here including your Monitor Type and video card type

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