Monitor makes motion blur of graphics!

Discussion in 'PC Hardware' started by sbk, Aug 7, 2016.

  1. sbk

    sbk MDL Novice

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    Hi I have a Flatron W2243S Monitor and I have a problem
    The attached image indicated it.
    I see everything with motion blur. Like in the bottom image of my example.

    I have reset to default and driver install but it doesn't helps, also tried another monitor and it works very well. But with this LG monitor I have problems. Its an old monitor kind of.
    I have win 7 64bit
    Please any help for this?

    Thank you!
     

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  2. HrVr000

    HrVr000 MDL Novice

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    Hm 1. I would connect that monitor to other pc other cable, and see if problem persist, if is still blured is monitor that's gone (In that case I dont think is worthing repair that monitor)
    If Monitor works fine on another pc then on main pc> install drivers for gpu (dosen't nessesary mean lastest), try new cable (can be that or atleast try clean cable jacks with WD 40 :biggrin: as may be connection issue)> try diffirent refresh rate
     
  3. Michaela Joy

    Michaela Joy MDL Crazy Lady

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    That's what I'd suggest. Try the monitor on another working system and see if it works. Since the video signals going through those cables are very high speed signals, the monitor cable is also suspect.
    So, if it does not work on another system, try a new VGA cable.(i.e swap the one on the working system with yours and see if it works)

    Does the monitor have an HDMI port? DVI? If your graphics card supports it, try using a DVI or HDMI cable. That would show a problem in the VGA section (somewhere)

    If the monitor and cable work on another system, then start looking at the graphics card and its' drivers.

    Let us know how you fare. :)
     
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  4. Hadron-Curious

    Hadron-Curious MDL Guru

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    Possibly a failing monitor. Either you get another one or take it to your customer care center for them to fix it for you.
     
  5. T-S

    T-S MDL Guru

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    If you aree connected trough a VGA connector, the cable could be the culprit.

    If you are connected trough a digital connector, your monitor is faulty
     
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  6. sbk

    sbk MDL Novice

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    Hi guys and thank you!

    I forgot to mention, when showing the bios and windows logo, it doesn't has this problem!!!

    Weird?

    Thanks!
     
  7. T-S

    T-S MDL Guru

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    The bios is usually 800x600 or 1024x768 @60Hz which requires way less bandwidth.

    Anyway try to change the VGA driver from the proper one to the MS basic display adapter and see what happens.

    If the images turns correct you can try to switch back to the proper driver and use an overclock utility to actually underclock your VGA card.

    Anyway you have yet to answe the question about your connection. It's VGA or Digital?
     
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