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Trying to fix a Viewsonic VP2130b

Q: Trying to fix a Viewsonic VP2130b

I have a suspected cold solder joint in the power supply of my Viewsonic VP2130b monitor that I could probably locate and fix myself if I could figure out how to get it apart. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance
Best regards
GordL

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I bought a viewsonic 1945wm 2 days ago and there is a continuous buzzing sound when it is displaying. Is it normal?
 

A:viewsonic vx1945

uh, how louds the buzzing?
 

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I got a new VA520 for Christmas and have noticed that @ certain times when scrolling pages or programs the images and text sometimes shimmers or jerks. Is this normal for LCD's monitors?

I've got lastest Driver for my Video card.

Thanks

Saintfan
 

A:ViewSonic LCD question

anybody have a clue?
 

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Alright here's a good one, monitor less than a year old, I could never load drivers for it because screen would go haywaire, real wavy along the side edges. ok so I've been using the win98se driver, plug and play monitor ones, well now it's doing it even with them. I d/l the latest driver for win98 from Viewsonic, load them and it really goes berzerk, delete them, screen is still unstable. So, I do a print screen while it's doing this thing so I can post it for you folks to look at, and when I paste it into notepad the picture is fine in the file. what I mean is that to the pc the screen is normal, man am I confused. What does this mean???
 

A:Viewsonic Optiquest Q75 what the h***

Ether your monitor is slowly dieing, or your refresh rate is too high.
 

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My daughter's AOC monitor died, boo hoo, it was 6 years old so it was bound to happen. O.K., I buy a spanking new Optiquest Q75 plug it in, load the drivers and voila, it totally screws up her pc, I mean the screen was distorted like i never seen before in my life. It was like 2 giant magnets were going up and down the sides of the monitor. I brought the monitor up to my pc, it worked fine...those dam drivers screwed up her entire operating system, I could no get them off her pc so I reformatted her HD, 4 hours and many grey hairs later, (I mean if I still had hair that is), she has a new monitor. Imagine me thinking I was just going to plug it in.
 

A:Viewsonic hell

Brite
Hummm... seems you ran into imcompatable drivers! Had that happen on my matrox Etv video card and really had a ball straighting it out! I didn't have to reformat though!

Dave
 

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I'm trying to decide between the G90FB 19" or the P95F+B...
Here are the links:
G90FB
http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProductDesc.asp?description=24-116-282&depa=1
P95F+B
http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProductDesc.asp?description=24-116-232&depa=1

The only real difference between the 2 is the fact the Professional one (P95F+B) has an aperture grille while the Gaming (G90FB) has a shadow mask

I know the shadow mask uses dots (dot pitch) while the aperture grille uses lines instead of dots...

Which monitor will give me the best picture for gaming and crisp clear text.
 

A:Which is the better Viewsonic monitor?

If you can afford it I'd get the Professional version. I had Philips 107P (Professional) monitor with a .25 Aperture grille and it was the best monitor as far as picture quality/clairity I've ever seen (I'm sure there are better, but not without paying major money).
 

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Hi guys,
I'm about to buy an 17 inch LCD screen Viewsonic VX715.Anyone familiar with the model?Anyone can give me their opinion on the model?

Thank you
 

A:Your opininion on Viewsonic LCD

lyam77 said:



Hi guys,
I'm about to buy an 17 inch LCD screen Viewsonic VX715.Anyone familiar with the model?Anyone can give me their opinion on the model?

Thank youClick to expand...

Well,
I have just bought the monitor and i must say it is great. Of course it is not intented for gaming. The price was really good too. 399$ CAN.
I am very satisfied with this model.
 

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I was looking to go from my 22 inch NEC FE2111(too big) to an LCD monitor; However, I can't seem to make up my mind. I've narrowed it down to the Viewsonic VP191B ($449.00 at newegg) or the BenQ FP91G+ ($329.00 at newegg). I've heard nothing but good things about BenQ, and I already know the excellent reputation of Viewsonic. I do alot of gaming so that's an important factor. I know CRT has better visual quality than LCD, but I need to conserve space, so any input on these 2 monitors would be appreciated.
 

A:Viewsonic or BenQ

We use Viewsonic 17'' at my work & they r ok. Although I have a BENQ at home & I find it way better than the others. I had an LG one b4 & seriously the BENQ not only looks better but was cheaper too! they r owned by Acer or some other joint big organisation & are not crappy at all. others have said that because they haven't heard of them then they must be crap, but you just have to research them b4 judging.

Either r good ... but yeah thats just my opinion :grinthumb
 

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Hello,
I was just wondering if I'm pretty much out of luck with my monitor or is it fixxable?
Whenever there is any spot for black its pretty much like the picture on the right in this link
http://spectacle.berkeley.edu/~fior...rtist_varia_topics/[email protected]@@@@@itaki_fade5.html
It makes watching things or playing games horrible.
 

A:ViewSonic Monitor

Your link doesn't work.
 

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Hi,

I have a ViewSonic 19" UltraBrite a90+ with a ati radeon 9800 pro....

When I play games like CS things far away and even up close kinda shine with this glare and its really annoying. Plus my monitor -- which i got last december -- has these lines going acrross it. On wallpapers and programs such as a game theres these strips that go all over.

I dont think its my video card and i have my fresh rate @ 120hz

any helpers?
 

A:ViewSonic A90+ Problems

These are the MAXIMUM refresh rates of your monitor, exceeding them will damage it. Your monitor does not support 120Hz.

2048x1536 maximum resolution

Displays a maximum resolution of 2048x1536; 1600x1200 optimal resolution at 87Hz flicker-free refresh rate for easy-on-the-eyes viewing.

2048x1536 @ 68Hz
1920x1440 @ 73Hz
1856x1392 @ 75Hz
1600x1200 @ 87Hz
 

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I run XP on a new box and a fairly new 19" (year old) View Sonic LCD monitor. The monitor worked as advertised on my old PC but when attached to my new one I frequently get a flashing green power indicator light and will get no picture.

This happens 100% of the time if I cold start the PC and I have to screw around with the restart button and on/off power button to get it to come back to life and in truth I do not know which combination of button pushing gets it to come back. I now use the power saver mode because that seems to be the most consistent way of bringing the monitor back to life but even that didn't work this am.

ViewSonic's web site wasn't much help.

Help here?
 

A:ViewSonic Monitor

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About four months ago I bought a supposedly rebuilt Viewsonic P815. About one month after I hooked it up it started to not degause. The screen is pink.

Every once in a while it will correct itself and be fine for a day or two, then it goes pink again. I've replaced cords and plugs.

Any ideas?

Thanks.
 

A:Viewsonic monitor

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I've downloaded and gone through the Device Manager install of the Vista signed and unsigned drivers from Viewsonic. Choose the vx2835wm as the monitor and... "file not found". Viewsonic support sends me to a link that says "no drivers available" and then says to download their Vista 64 package I've been doing since day 1. (been doing this and all suggestions since Nov 2007)

Vista Ult. 64 uses its default non-pnp drivers where I have my 1920x1200 native res. with everything but gaming (the reason for purchasing this monitor). I can't get anything higher than 1600x1200 (in gaming) and well, its fuzzy. Can't use windowed mode, OS drivers stop functioning and reload frequently. I've set the res. in the nVidia panel to 1920x1200, set the game ini file to 1900x1200 but it still will only work at 1600x1200 although the games support the higher resolutions.

Is there anyone here that uses this monitor that has found Vista 64 drivers that work? If not, is there a 28", or even 30, that has Vista 64 drivers that will work at native resolution with any program or game?

I am ready to sail this monitor out the third floor window and buy another if I can't get a solution for fixing this one so need recommendations on other monitors as well.

Thank you

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A:Viewsonic vx2835wm

Dwarf I don't see your reply here although I did get an email that you posted.

The following link is to the signed standard Viewsonic monitor driver for Vista 64-bit. This driver should be installed with administrative privileges. For games, you might need to adjust your settings such as anti-aliasing in order to be able to use this resolution. The higher certain settings are, the lower the maximum resolution that is available. This is just a matter of trial and error, bearing in mind that higher resolutions require more working RAM on the graphics card and also a card of sufficient power to yield a decent frame rate at these settings.
Dwarf

I did download those many times each time it was updated by Viewsonic. It goes through the device manager wizard fine and then 'file not found'. However, someone did message and email me their driver folder from the monitor cd and it worked. Apparently my cd was a bad one. So all is well and working. Games are working great with the right resolution now.

OSL

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I hooked up a brand new Viewsonic (VX1940w LCD 1680x1050) monitor to my macbook 10.5.7 (1280 x 800) and the picture is fine but the text is super grainy and hard to read. I have tried messing with the resolution and toying with Mac's font smoothing feature with zero success. Please help!

Here are some more specs:

Color LCD:
Resolution: 1280 x 800
Depth: 32-Bit Color
Core Image: Hardware Accelerated
Mirror: Off
Online: Yes
Quartz Extreme: Supported
Built-In: Yes
VX1940w:
Resolution: 1680 x 1050 @ 60 Hz
Depth: 32-Bit Color
Core Image: Hardware Accelerated
Main Display: Yes
Mirror: Off
Online: Yes
Quartz Extreme: Supported
Rotation: Supported
 

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I've got a Viewsonic P95f+ monitor.

19" CRT

I keep the brightness at medium level, but it regularly goes darker (Grey/washed out) and it gets harder to read the print (Seems blurry). I haven't nailed down a pattern, but I'd say every 15-20 minutes or so. It lasts 1-10 minutes, then goes back to my regular brightness.

The monitor is probably 5-7 years old, but I've had no problems until now. I recently put in a new power supply and graphics card in my PC, but I can't say if this started before or after those changes.

Could this be a problem with a driver/the graphics card/power supply, or is it just time to get a new monitor? Any tips on how to diagnose?

Thanks,
Eddie
 

A:Viewsonic CRT Brightness Problems

Sounds like you will need a new monitor. Since it is happening fairly often hook it up to another computer and see if the same thing happens.
 

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I have a four year old 19" viewsonic monitor-just recently its started shutting itself off for no apparent reason. If I press the power button it comes on again-for a while. Tried it on a different PC and same problem

Is this a known fault with monitors and is it likely to be worth repairing I wonder?
 

A:Viewsonic monitor turning itself off

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hi

I have a 15" Viewsonic VA520 LCD monitor that is having some problems.

The monitor has a a built in "auto adjust" and at the moment all of a sudden it keep auto adjusting over and over again. I cant shut my monitor off unless i turn the power cord off and when i do the same problem occurs over again.

Ive unplugged the monitor, then plugged it back in, unplugged all the computer wires and then replugged, done a virus check but it is still like this.

There are 4 buttons on the bottom of the monitor

if i click the 3rd button (the up selection button) and hold it the "adjusting" goes away but the minute i let go it reappears. I hold that button and then hit power the monitor shuts off but not normally.

So i guess my question is how to i make this auto adjust go away other than to take it to a dealer and get it fixed. Im wondering if there are other options.

thanks.
 

A:Viewsonic LCD wont shut off

someone just told me this might be a video card problem. Is there any way to figure that out?

thanks.
 

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Hi Everyone,

This is my first post here so I hope someone here can help me. I'll lay down my situation, and then I pray someone has an answer for me. Ok, here goes:

I have a ViewSonic 32" LCD T.V./Monitor ((Link: http://www.viewsonic.com/support/desktopdisplays/lcdtv/n3250w/ )) Just in case you want to see it.

But anyway, the problem with this monitor is this. Over the past month or two, my monitor began flickering. Over time its gotten worse and worse, and now the screen becomes garbled on the right half of the screen and sometimes it completely blanks out...almost as if the screen is melting. I've tried everything...the first of which was buying new cables. I bought a new monitor cable from my work...but yet the problem persisted. I bought a new graphics card ((ATI Radeon x1650 Pro 512MB card)), installed it...but it was still garbled. Recently I tried hooking a new desktop up to it...and still the monitor was garbled. So I narrowed it down... it has to be something with the monitor. But before any other conclusions are thought up, I also have a Xbox 360 plugged into the monitor that runs fine...no screen flickering or garbling present at all. So, the problem must be in the monitor cable adapter/hook-up thing located on the back of the T.V. Before I fight over the manufacturers about fixing my monitor...does anyone know anything else I can attempt to try and fix this thing?

Thanks for any reply....this thing has been a pain....
Vernan
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A:Garbled ViewSonic Screen...NEED HELP!

Check the refresh rate of your monitor and be sure you are not driving it faster than it was designed to be driven. Also, be sure you are not attempting to use resolutions higher than the monitor was designed for.
 

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please help................my computer is quite old in computer years......about 6 or 7 years old.................i've never had any problems with it until now.....after recently moving and not having it set up for a few months i finally got it ready to use again......it was all running fine for about two days when i started having the monitor problem..........i have a viewsonic A90 screen..........the image on the screen will zoom towards the center and then the screen will turn black............if i turn it off and on it will just do the same thing and go black again......at one point it started working again for a few hours but that's it......i had the whole computer running off an high grade extention cord which i thought may have been the problem but i have moved it off the extention and i am still having the problem......i have fiddled with the cords etc and it didn't help..................please help me.....is the screen totally gonners????? this is very strange..........i've never seen a screen do this

greatful for any help........thanks
 

A:old viewsonic monitor problem

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I have a Viewsonic VA721 monitor that I was using up until earlier today when the monitor started acting like a scrambled cable tv channel when turned on.

I was wondering if anyone might happen to know as to what might cause that, what the technical term for it might be and as to whether or not it can be fixed.

Up until today I have never had any problems with the monitor. Every time I would walk away from the computer for a while I would shut the monitor off so that I could avoid any burn in problems with it thereby preserving the life of the monitor. Because of that I have never had any problems with it until today and at the moment I do not know what could be causing the problem.

I tried the monitor on two different computers with two different cables and got the same result. I bought the monitor in 2006 brand new and up until today it has served me faithfully without any problems.

I don't know if it can be fixed or even if it is worth it nor do I know if it is something that I can fix myself or if I would have to have someone else fix it.

What I do know is if there is anything that I can do to fix the problem myself and restore it to active service then I might choose to give it a try.

Until I have more answers though I cannot make an informed decision about any of it and that is why I am asking.

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A:Viewsonic VA721 Monitor

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My 2nd attempt to get some help off the forums

A few days ago, I tried loading up Warcraft 3, a game, and the screen went black, with the light flashing on and off. If I alt tabbed out of WC3 the screen turned back on. The problem persisted after a restarted, so I left it for a while. A few hours later I tried and W3 worked fine, no problems.

However today I turn on my PC and after a few seconds during the boot up, the screen goes blank with the flashing on and off light again. I restart it and it goes blank even faster.
After a while on the forums (on my GFs laptop) I try pressing F8 before the screen goes blank, and then press ESC for the 'default' Boot option. It goes on to boot up normally, with screen errors. I test out warcraft 3, (since when I first saw this it was whilst starting up this program) and it works fine, and goes on to do so for a few hours, till I turn the screen off and on to see if the problem is permanently fixed. It hasn't, the screen goes black.
Upon restarting my PC I get the same error as before, Pressing F8 and Esc doesn't fix it anymore. However now after pressing Esc I get to the screen where they ask me if I would like to Boot up in Safe mode. I do so and it loads up in safe mode fine.
Later on I try again to get it to load in normal mode, it does first time. Then upon loading Warcraft 3 again, the screen goes black again, with the flashing light. Again rebooting results in the same black screen a few seconds into loading... Read more

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Hey iv got a Viewsonic VX2260wm. I try turning my pc on and my monitor is dead. It was switched off the night before and wasn't touched in any way.
Iv tried switching power cables and dvi cables. Still no life. No power light, nothing on screen, totally dead.
Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks
 

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Just purchased a new Viewsonic VA720 17" flat screen & had problems installing same. Took it to technician, paid $60, got it home and plugged it in. Nothing - no screen image and a complete lockup; had to unplug unit from wall to shut down.

Started it with WIN98 emergency disc and it went directly to the BIOS setup with following statement (in red). During the last boot up your system hung up for an improper CPU external speed setting. Your system is now working in safe mode. (Bus: 100MHz, DAM: 100 , PCI: 33 MHz). To optimize the system performance & reliability make sure the CPU speed conforms to the specification of your CPU.

Had previously copied all BIOS data (thank g-d) so went over it & found the tech had turned off the Plug & Play O/S. I turned it back on and the screen showed up immediately with no further problems to date. Called the tech and he claims they always turn off the plug & play as they found it interferes with system operation. Is this true?

Also I still wonder how to optimize the system by making sure the CPU conforms to the specification of the CPU. Any help and/or information on this matter would be greatly appreciated
 

A:Viewsonic flat screen

I think you will get arguements either way on using plug and play os or not.
I have always used it without a problem and so my feeling is if your going to run a plug and play operating system why disable it.
 

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Ok, no laughing when you read this.....I just bought a new Dell 660 computer that has Windows 7 on it. I can't get my monitor to work on it. Ok, so don't laugh, but it has been a good monitor that was manufactured in 1997......Viewsonic E771.....you know the old, bulky thing. I told myself that I would not buy a new one until this one died. I'm on my third computer with this monitor. Can I get this thing to work with my new Dell?
 

A:Windows 7 and old Viewsonic Monitor

Wow, does that bring back memories. I use to have one It's time for you to treat yourself to another Viewsonic monitor that will enhance your new computer

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824116580
 

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This monitor came with a DMI cable and the usual VGA cable. I ordered and installed an nvision 6200 card and I installed the latest drivers for the card and disabled the onboard video on the motherboard. Question: I attached the DMI and VGA cables onto the Video card but I not sure that this hookup is correct. Should the VGA cable be attached direct;y to the tower or is my present hookup just as good. Picture quality is good but it 'may be' better if the VGA is hooked to the tower. As usual, TIA.

EDIT: Just thought my question and I believed my present hookup is the only way for me to go. Why? Because I disabled the onboard video, hooking the VGA cable to the tower would not do anything for me.
 

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My Viewsonic LCD monitor flashes on and off depending on what I am viewing. I can view pages in any program that has writing or a small number of small pictures without too much trouble. A web page with lots of pictures or the desktop and screen saver are the worst. The monitor flashes off so much on these last pages that I can barely see the page long enough to move the mouse and open a program or expand one from the start bar. I have checked cables, changed power cord, and checked video card drivers. Viewsonic website was no help. Anyone with any ideas?
 

A:Viewsonic LCD monitor trouble.........

Hi and welcome to TSG.

Do you happen to know if you are operating the monitor at or beyond its normal operating range for resolution and refresh rates?

Do you get a stable image if you start Windows with a lower resolution in Safe mode?

In the future, it would help us to help you if you give more details like the model number of the monitor and how it is connected to the computer. The TSG reporting utility program does not produce an exhaustive and detailed report about all of the hardware related to your computer.
 

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hello i am new here. my viewsonic VE710b lcd monitor is acting up. when i boot into ubuntu 7.10 the monitor blinks on and off for a minute before it stabilizes. this happens even during the loading of grub which only means that it has nothing to do with the OS. i tried with my other linux OS on another partition and the same thing happens. does this mean that its the end of the road for my trusty friend?!

 

A:viewsonic monitor on the fritz?

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Can Anyone gimme a win7 video driver of viewsonic

A:Need Viewsonic Windows 7 Driver

Read this: Driver Update Windows 7 - How to Update Drivers in Windows 7 - Device Driver Update
ViewSonic Support Information - ViewSonic Drivers - ViewSonic Manuals - ViewSonic Tech Support
cheers

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Asus VW266H ($375) vs Viewsonic VX2640W ($399)
Both 25.5 viewable

300 cd/m^2 vs 400 cd/m^2

Viewsonic does not have DVI
both have HDMI

Image Contrast Ratio
20000:1 (dynamic) vs 1000:1 / 4000:1 (dynamic)

Color Support
24-bit (16.7 million colors) vs Up to 16.2 million colors

Gray Response Time 2 ms vs 3 ms

Which one would you choose? Any other ideas?

A:New monitor Asus vs Viewsonic

Come on and give us a clue what you want to know.

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I just replaced a 1280x1024 Viewsonic monitor, that had gone bad, with another one (Viewsonic VA708).

Though I've never really been one to pay "hard hard" attention to how things look on a monitor - never felt a problem with anything - something just looks/feels "off" with this one.

This is most noticeable to me on the titles appearing on the browser tabs in Firefox. They just look "wrong" - watery maybe to my eye.

BUT... I have attached a screenshot comparing a blowup of a browser tab from my work computer Dell 1280x1024 monitor (top) and my new Viewsonic monitor (bottom), blown up to 1000 px wide (I cropped), and in the blowup, I can't tell the difference.

So why might I be perceiving things differently with this new monitor?

FWIW, I did update the driver from the Viewsonic site, and I also played with both the monitor's and the control panel's display adjustments.

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I am running Vista Home Prem.I use an 8800 GTS EVGA.I have the latest drivers for my 8800. I run 2 Viewsonic monitors. One is a VG900b and is fine. I also run a VX2235 digital monitor. Both monitors are listed in device manager by model. I manually installed drivers directly off of the discs.I have also downloaded Viewsonic's monitor drivers. I can't get my 22" to go to it's native resolution of 1680x1050.I have had these installed for a long time and working fine. When I ran a hard disc error check that is listed under tools under properties of my computer it erased my 22" and it's capabilities to operate @ native resolution. Another difference is that before I manually installed the VX2235, it was listed as a 'non plug and play monitor' under device manager. I have never seen that before. Does anyone know how to fix this? I am this close to going out and buying a new XP Pro disc.
 

A:Viewsonic monitor drivers?

Why not just uninstall the monitor drivers you installed and reboot and use the Vista drivers?

Start there.
 

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My monitor is 1.5 years old and has been working perfectly. (I take very good care of my monitor!) Yesterday, with no warning, the screen slightly dimmed and then went black. The "on-off" switch flickered. I tried disconnecting it from my CPU and unplugging it from the electrical source and I tried re-booting my computer. None of this made any difference. I have a new video card but connected the monitor to another computer just in case the new card was bad. Again, no results. I hate to think that a 1.5 year old monitor needs to be replaced. Any suggestions? Thanks!
 

A:Viewsonic VX910 problem...

Does it even go to standby mode ? If you simply connect the monitor to a power socket & not to a computer, when you turn it on it should go into standby mode. If it doesn't even do that then it is your monitor that's at fault (& probably needs to be sent in for repair).
 

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I just bought 22" viewsonic vx2235 , but having problem in installing it,The maximum vmixel size is 1680x1050(wide view) but my properties doesnt show this pixel size.rather my pc pc shows only non wide view pixel .

I have installed the dirver as shown in user guide but still doest work.I have 2.8Ht and MSI chipset board, please tell me what may be the problem that i done have wide view pixels

Please Help!!
 

A:ViewSonic vx2235wm LCD monitor

What video card to you have? BTW I have the same monitor.
 

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I recently downloaded the latest drivers from ViewSonic's page and isntalled them, and upon rebooting I had weird resolutions listed. Missing are 1024x768, 1280x1024, and 1600x1200. Instead I have ones like 1280x720, 1280x768, 1280x960, 1360x768, 1600x900, and 1600x1024. I Desperatly need my non-distorted resolutions back!! I have tried uninstalling the drivers and the device. I have also tried to just change to a Generic driver but the resolutions are the same. HELP!!!!
Monitor : ViewSonic A90f+ UltraBrite
 

A:ViewSonic Monitor Drivers

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I'm sure it's been asked and re-asked, but I couldn't find the answer. Anybody know where to find the vista x64 compatible drivers for a Viewsonic VX900 Monitor?

Thanks in advance.

A:Viewsonic VX900 Driver for x64

Hello ckylepa,
Try these drivers, they are x64 so should be OK. They have been scanned and are clean.

Standard_Monitor_Driver_Unsigned_x64_070524.exe

Install as admin.
Good luck and post your results.

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Hello I recently recieved a a90f CRT 19inch viewsonic monitor

http://www.viewsonic.com/support/desktopdisplays/crtmonitors/aseries/a90fplus/index.htm

When I plug it in and connect to pc, the yellow power light turns on. When I turn on the pc the yellow light turns to green as normal, but the screen stays black.

I have tried it on as low as 800x600 resolution and on 2 different PC's. Video card ATI radeon 128mb 9800 pro.

Is this a defective monitor? and is it able to be fixed? Or is is most likely a tube problem, or am I missing something in my ignorance. Any help would be appreciated.
 

A:Viewsonic a90f problem ?

Hello and welcome to Techspot.

The fact that you`ve tried the monitor on two different pc`s, would suggest to me that the monitor is faulty.

Regards Howard :wave: :wave:
 

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I have a custom build system that has performed flawlessly since I built it about 15 months ago. I just purchased from Costco, a ViewSonic VA2012wb LCD and it is able to do everything (MSOffice, Internet, etc.) except run my games (Call of Duty, Medal of Honor, etc). Call of Duty upon launch, causes a black screen with 'out of range' complete with system hang - requiring reboot. MOHAA attempts to launch, but fails with the message 'GLW_StartOpenGL() - could not load OpenGL subsystem'. All ran fine with my old 17" CRT.
My config is:
Custom Build - P4 3.00GHz PC3200 DDR-1.0GB RAM XP Pro SP2
128MB ATI All-in-Wonder 9600
ViewSonic VA2012wb LCD (used in analog mode) 1680x1050 60Hz(defaults)
HP CD-Writer+ 9100 / SONY DRU 720A DVD RW
WD80GB / WD120GB / APC UPS
DirectX 9.0
I have looked for updates and patches to address the errors at the sites of ATI, ViewSonic, and Windows Updates, with no relief.
I hope someone is familiar with this and can offer a hand.
Thanks - LB
 

A:ViewSonic VA2012wb 'out of range'

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I have a ViewSonic 19" CRT monitor (bought new in '99) connected to a PC that runs Win XP SP2, 512 MB RAM, Matrox Millenium AGP card.

The system ran fine until I moved it (carefully) to another room. The CPU boots but the monitor does not give any video. I get a black screen with a repetetive blue area that indicates no signal. The specific line entry is "No Synch". I think I may have seen this in the past, when the monitor was powered on but the CPU was shut off. I can't be certain it's the exact same condition.

I switched cables and tried a different video card but no luck. I don't have another monitor other than my laptop. I think I can hook it up to act as a monitor but not certain. Can't afford to crash the laptop.

Any suggestions?
 

A:No Synch w/ ViewSonic Monitor

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as the title mention, my viewsonic LCD is not working with my copy of window 7. i dont know why. i have tried with my old samsung CRT, both of the DVI (using DVI-VGA converter) and VGA outout is working perfectly, but i cant get my LCD working. when i boot from safe mode, the LCD working. could it be my gfx card problem? here is my system spec. hope to solved this problem soon.

OS: MS window 7 ultimate 64bit
window version: 6.1.7600 build 7600
processor: Q6600
mobo: gigabyte GA-P35-DS3
mobo bios: F14 (latest)
GFX card: palit HD 4870 sonic dual version (512mb)
GFX driver: 9.12
RAM: CORSAIR DOMINATOR 4G DDR2
HDD: WD 320G
PSU: CM 650W
OUTPUT:
1.VIEWSONIC VX1935WM
2.SAMSUNG 107T

thanks in advance..

A:viewsonic LCD is not working with window 7

Hi FairCold and welcome to Windows 7 Forums

Since your LCD monitor is working when you boot into safe mode, that eliminates hardware. It is probably a driver issue or, more likely since your CRT works, a settings issue. What refresh rate have you got it set at? There is generally no need to drive an LCD monitor at a higher rate than 60Hz. A CRT, on the other hand, can work upto 150Hz (depending on model and resolution). If your refresh rate is other than 60Hz, try setting it to that frequency and see what happens.

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hello everyone.

I have a monitor viewsonic p220f that when I turn on, a thin blue horizontal line appears in the middle of the screen. Dont know if its broken or could be fixed or maybe video cable is broken.
Please advise
Thanks ahead of time for any help.
 

A:Viewsonic Monitor Problem

It sounds like the vertical deflection is gone. Try the monitor on a different computer or a different monitor on yours to see where the problem is. If the monitor is bad its better to bury a new one than to pay to have it repaired. New monitors are pretty cheap now.
 

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I have a viewsonic UltraBright A90f+ monitor and an ATI radeon 9600XT bravo video card. While playing some games my computer will hang and I believe use VPU recovery program supplied with the VC and then return to the game. After about 3 times the monitor goes black and "Viewmonitor" pops on the screen with 2 values 18.9 & 23.6 (normal values a lot higher)and the status is OVER at the bottom.It also says User Mode 14? I then have to restart the machine. Also I have noticed that sometimes when I exit a game my screen resolution has changed to that of the game I was playing. I have all the latest driver for Monitor and Video card. I have and ABIT MB using RAID set up and it also has its BIO's and drivers updated. I run windows XP also with 512M corsair ram.

Any help is appreciated

Thx E West
 

A:Viewsonic monitor locks up computer

Doesn't sound like the monitor is involved in the problem. A quick swap to another monitor to just be sure.

Does it only occur on one particular game? Anything running hot? How tight is the power supply sized?
 

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What is the best way to clean a flat screen monitor? It's not a flat panel monitor, just a view sonic trinitron style....I got finger smudges and want to know the best cloth/fabic to wipe it with.
 

A:Wiping off a ViewSonic FlatScreen Monitor

Hi ChunkyTeXas,
I use a clean soft towel and water. It works fine> Turn the monitor off too before you clean it
 

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As you may have noticed from the title , I have a ViewSonic VX2245wm that flickers every time it gets graphically overloaded (too many on screen pictures). It doesn't do it when I'm playing video games however. It also is an LED, which I know chronically have problems. I'm just asking if there's a way to stop it.
 

A:ViewSonic VX2245wm flicker problems

Almost a year later, I still haven't gotten an answer. I really need help!
 

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I just bought a new 19" A90F+ ViewSonic Monitor (not flat panel LCD) and everything went great for my 1st week. After this when I would move my mouse to take it off standby my perportions were off and the I could only see half the taskbar...I guess it change the display areas automatically. Also I have noticed some of the edges kinda slant in or curve at the edges some. It's so frustration because the bottom seems to be fine and the top corners can be half there. What's a joe to do?

PS: I Havne't even touched the OSD settings on the monitor itself...

Mike
 

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When I turn on my Viewsonic VG191 LCD monitor, it takes up to five minutes for the picture to become clear.
Is there anything I can do to correct the problem? The problem also occurs after the screensaver kicks in and the monitor is returned to activity.
The monitor is out of warranty (over three years old).

Thanks in advance,
Ron
Munroe Falls, Ohio
 

A:Viewsonic VG191 Startup Problems

If you test it on another computer and find that it is in fact the monitor, very likely it is and not the PC, then you can take the monitor in for repair. Some places offer free quotes, others don't. If its really cheap to fix then do it, if not then you'll need to live with it or buy a new one.

You can have new 19" LCD's with full warranties for $299.99 and sometimes even less.
 

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My monitor seems to be experiencing some kind of problem.

The best way I can describe it is as a 'widescreen' mode. There is a black bar on the top and bottom of the desktop about 1 inch wide and extending across the entire length of the screen. I cannot move the mouse into this portion of the screen.

When adjusting the horizontal and vertical settings, 100% stops with the 1 inch black bars still in place. I cannot seem to make the desktop fit the screen. It seems to have shifted into some other mode of viewing.

I called Viewsonic tech support, but they didn't really know much else to do besides checking my settings. I am at 1024 x 768 resoloution, Radeon 8500 64MB graphics card, Windows XP and have installed the most recent drivers. Even when booting - the black bars are present, as if the monitor has somehow decided that is the mode it wants to be in.

If anyone has come across something like this before or knows how I might be able to fix it, I'd be MUCH obliged!

Regards,

Jeff.
 

A:Viewsonic Monitor E771 Problem.

Might be starting to fail, 3 year warranty on those generally check the date on the back. Absolute easiest think to do would be to try it on another computer. On the other computer see if you square up the image with the screen if you can't then its the monitor, if you can it could be the video card.
 

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I have recently changed my hard drive and had to reinstall all the programs on my computer. Since doing so, the Viewsonic monitor has been stuck in troubleshooting mode. All the fonts and windows are very large, and the only resolution available is 680 x 460, with the only colour option at 16 colours.

What do I do to get a better resolution with this monitor. It worked fine until the hard drive was changed.

I have downloaded the driver for the monitor from the net which was unsuccessful.

I tried changing the adapter from standard to SVGA as recommended by windows, which was rejected by the computer and I had to change it back.

Windows is not accepting the driver that I downloaded.
 

A:[SOLVED] Viewsonic Monitor problem

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Hello guys,

So one night when I left my computer on, i wake up at 3AM on a rainy night and i notice my entire room flashing (like from a tv in dark room). I thought I was having a rolling blackout, but as I got to my senses I noticed that my monitor was the only thing turning off and on. I turned it off, and went to sleep. The next morning I went to go turn on my computer and the monitor does the same thing. It turns off...on...off...on...off...CONSTANTLY (about a one to two second delay between each) until I turn the monitor off. The LED light is green. It goes from green, to off, to green, etc. I've had no prior problems with this monitor.

I tried switching out the power cord and plugging it into my wall (not connected to my video card, or anything)...no luck. It's definately the monitor. I don't know if it's dead or repairable or what. I often leave the computer on over night but i have a 10 minute screensaver and my monitor goes on standby after 20 minutes. When i fell asleep, my monitor was on standby (yellow LED). When I woke up it was the green turning on and off. Doesn't make much sense.

I don't have a replacement...so my situation is pretty bleek atm.

I have a Viewsonic LCD VX924 3ms that i bought around the holidays of 2005. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

A:Viewsonic LCD Monitor turns off and on constantly

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Just got a ViewSonic VX1945 LCD-Dock.
I set it up, connected it all, etc. It was EXCELLENT!!
THEN, when I restart my computer (G4 OSX) The resolution is all fuzzy. I try to reset the resolution to the optimal setting: 1440 x 900.
BUT, I CAN'T!!
It's not offered in the Sustem Preferences Display menu.
Now, if it was ok to begin with, anyone got any ideas what happened?
And how can I reset it?
I've had it for 4 hours!!!
Help!
 

A:Can't change resolution on ViewSonic VX1945

When you say "optimal setting: 1440 x 900" are you talking about the ViewSonic menu or the WinXP display options?

I have the ViewSonic VX1932 at home. The ViewSonic options has a automatic resolution setting, if it is the 1440 x 900, you need to ensure it's enabled. This will automatically set your resolution correctly on boot. Also, you should ensure that setting is what you have under WinXP display properties.
 

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I have a ViewSonic 2235 22" LCD. I need to find a driver to allow 1600x1050 resolution. I've been to ViewSonic's site and downloaded their signed and unsigned Vista drivers with no improvement - the closes resolution I have the option of is 1600x1024 or 1600x1200.

I had this monitor working fine with a 1600x1050 resolution. I changed out my motherboard (from an Asus p5w to p5e) and reinstalled Vista - and now I'm unable to get the monitor to the right resolution.
 

A:Solved: ViewSonic Monitor driver

Never mind, problem solved. I needed one additional Nvidia windows update, but was confused because windows said it was current on updates.
 

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Hello,

I bought a Viewsonic 22" flat LCD to better my gaming experience. However i'm currently using "HD" connection instead of "Analog" (sorry to sound like a noob, its because i am) and now i can't use some of the options on the OSD like "Auto Image Adjust", as well as some of the options in "Manual Adjust" like Horizontal Size, H./V/ Position, etc. I've searched the Internet and found out that i should be using Analog connections. But the cable is not available for me at this moment (I lend it to a friend for a while). I want to know if there is a work around for this problem? Is there a software that i can download to use these options? Any help/suggestions in this matter is very much appreciated. Thanks.

me_fat_guy
 

A:Solved: Question On Viewsonic 22" Osd

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Recently downloaded multiple updates from MicroSoft for Vista. After reboot my ViewSonic VG2230 WM settings were lost and the driver now listed in the device manager is for a Generic non-PnP ...

I've tried downloading the correct driver from ViewSonic and tried to use the install CD that came with it, but can't get my system to recognize the monitor or use and of the enhanced features.

Video card is a Nvidia GeForce 8500 GT ... during the attempts to reinstall the monitor driver from CD, I get an error message that says that it could not find "NVCPL.DDL" file. Also says to manually install driver but the system re-boots and changes it back to the generic driver.

Have no idea what to try next ...

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Just upgraded to Win7 64bit. My trusty old monitor has no sound (the picture is fine) I found a driver for a generic Viewsonic x64 driver, http://www.viewsonic.com/support/dow...d_Win7_x64.zip but that didn't solve the problem. I read a suggestion somewhere to uninstall the driver and let Windows find it. That didn't solve the problem either. I tested the monitor with my old (XP) system, in case the monitor developed a sudden fault, but there is still sound when I plug it back in there.
Any suggestions would be appreciated. I really don't fancy having to buy a new monitor too, after having had to replace my printer and scanner

A:Viewsonic vx2235wm-1 Monitor has no sound.

What does the monitor require? Older monitors, that use VGA or DVI usually have a Jack to connect from the PC's Speaker out (GREEN) to the monitor for sound. No driver is required for that. There is no audio in a VGA or DVI connection, just video.

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During an upgrade from XP to Windows 7 I experienced a problem with my ViewSonic vx2235wm display and NVIDIA GeForce 8400gs video card. The display is powered and the blue light comes on when the computer is starting up. I get a couple of flickers of lighter gray on the display but no picture. I have upgraded the drivers for the NVIDIA card and the display but no help. The diplay is on a DVI-D single link connector with the video card. I can hook up a Sony display to the VGA connector in the NVIDIA card and get a picture fine. Neither NVIDIA or ViewSonic have come up with anything that helps. Any suggestions?

A:viewsonic display problem with windows 7

I finally got the driver needed from ViewSonic but it took two emails and a phone call. The driver is not listed on the site but is available at: http://www.viewsonic.com/support/downloads/drivers/_download/Standard_Monitor_Driver_Signed_Win7.zip

There is also a driver for 64 bit:

http://www.viewsonic.com/support/downloads/drivers/_download/Standard_Monitor_Driver_Signed_Win7_x64.zip

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I'm looking for the Vista HP x64 driver for a ViewSonic VX2025wm monitor. This monitor isn't listed on the ViewSonic site any more. I'm having an issue with the EVGA GeForce 9800GT video card that I installed. The card does't see the monitor at all. I have done everything that you can think of including contact with EVGA. I do have service pack 2 installed and the last thing I can do is reinstall the driver for this monior. I don't have the CD with this monitor any more and I'm not sure if there is a generic ViewSonic Vista video driver. Thie video card supports two LCD DVI inputs. My other monitor is a ViewSonic vx2433wm and this is working fine with the card. I've looked on driverguide.com and it's not listed there either. Done a few google searches to but these sites want a $25 fee or something to join to download the driver that doesn't look right either....

A:Vista driver for ViewSonic vx2025wm

Do you get a display, even if the monitor iss not listed there should be some sort of display, even if it is low res low colour.

Do not pay for a driver, as you have already thought it is a rip off.

This may be your answer,

PNY 6600 AGP / Viewsonic vx2025wm monitor - No DVI out - Nvidia - Graphic-Displays

I know it is a different card however, it may work.

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I need some help with a LCD monitor that I bought from a friend. When I hook it up, the screen will be scrambled or very fuzzy. Sometimes I it will work, then sometimes it won't. When I hook my 17" crt up it works fine. Could there be a problem with my video card that doesn't support the LCD? If so, why does it work at times and other times not? The monitor is a ViewSonic VG 175. I appreciate everyones help.

Greg
 

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Can any one out there tell me how to find out the best monitor settings, i am not sure they are correct, expecially the horizontal and vertical settings.
 

A:viewsonic a72f monitor settings

specs

1280x1024 maximum resolution
Displays a maximum resolution of 1280x1024; 1024x768 optimal resolution at 87Hz flicker-free refresh rate for easy-on-the-eyes viewing.
1280x1024 @ 66Hz
1024x768 @ 87Hz
800x600 @ 110Hz
640x480 @ 135Hz

http://www.viewsonic.com/products/crt_a72f.htm

drivers
http://www.viewsonic.com/support/drivers.htm
 

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I have a ViewSonic A90F + that starts out with normal video and then as it warms up one side of the screen is darker than the other and the video is streaked. It looks like a bad capacitor and I was wondering if anyone had a similiar problem and which cap was the culprit?
 

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i have format the model view sonic VA1912W. i installed but there is no audio driver supporting so please provide audio drivers

A:i want viewsonic VA1912w audio driver

The ViewSonic VA1912W is a monitor, it doesn't have audio drivers. You need drivers for your motherboard's sound chip or sound card. Try the computer manufacturer's website or the motherboard manufacturer's website.

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I have used it for two years and it worked really fine. However, in the recent 1 month, it started to automatically activate the "Auto Image Adjust" function (this function should have activated by pressing the button on the monitor or by sudden change in the monitor's resolution). It happen randomly so that it's hard for me to identify the causes.

I have tried to reinstalled the Graphic Driver, set the Hz to 60Hz, resolution exactly to 1280*1024. It's no luck ! I also checked the case with other LCD computer, it work fine so the problem is not from the case (I mean the output).

If any one has solved this problem before, please try to help me. I hope that nothing wrong with the hardware of the monitor.
 

A:Help ! Strange Problem with LCD ViewSonic VE710b

Maybe it's time to buy a new monitor
 

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Desperately seeking help.

Have a new SonyZ laptop with Vista Business installed. It is clashing with almost everything I've tried to load.

Main problem is trying to connect to an external monitor: Viewsonic VA1912w.

I cannot find any drivers which will let this happen. Earlier posts (some time ago) suggest that the connection was not possible but was expected to be feasible in the near future ie it should be available now.

Can anyone suggest a solution??

Thanks

Cassmob

A:Viewsonic VA1912w and Vista Business

Vista 32 or 64? I had a problem with my video driver and it turned out to be my monitor driver.

I am on Vista Ultima x64 so YMMV... I had to find a x64 Vista driver from a different model model (newer model). Fortunately for me, it worked well and I no longer have the conflict.

I have never heard of this issue with Vista 32 so I have to assume that you also have 64. if not the case... I am stumped!

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Hello - i wonder if anyone might be able to help with a quick question?

I have just plugged my view sonic monitor into my Macbook so i can extend my desk top - i was setting up the screen resolution and playing round with the hertz for refreshing as things were not looking right. Now it showing 'out of range' on a black screen. there doesn't seem to be a way to reset this from my Mac and the screen is now black. I have rebooted and it the view sonic screen doesnt seem to respond to resetting it. Could anyone help my to change the hertz on the screen via the macbook control panel - as i can see how....thanks...!
 

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Hello,

Few days ago I found something called "EventService" installed on my old XP laptop as an "driver".

I've made another post asking whether the program is malicious or not, but no conclusion is made. Here's all the detail I know:
https://malwaretips.com/threads/que...iver-from-viewsonic-laptop.57144/#post-490866

I don't know if there are still suspicious or even malicious files on my laptop after I uninstalled it, so I come here to for your help, thanks!

-Zevin
 

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My Viewsonic VA720 (17" LCD) has black screen, but the green power light is blinking when PC is on. A substitute monitor works so no problem with PC.

A:Viewsonic VA720 blank screen

Same cable?

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I'm having trouble getting my WMG120 gateway to be seen by the adapter. I can connect through the gateway to hit the internet and the gateway pushes out an IP for the Adapter, but the adapter only picks up my laptop and my server. I tired Viewsonic tech support and the 3 people that I talked to had less knowledge about these devices then I did. I was just hoping maybe someone has one or knows a bit about them and can help me. I have reset the gateway back to factory default and reconnected 5 times now.

Cheers.
 

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I have a ViewSonic 19" TFT monitor after I formating my computer I am not able to get the display setting to 1400x900 i have tried installing the drivers first from the CD provided by viewsonic and then when i was not able to get the correct display i tried to download the drivers from their site as well... however, it didnt help!! Any suggestions???
 

A:ViewSonic VA1912w display problem

download drivers for your video card, the driver for the monitor that you get from the box with the monitor only tells your pc, you have a viewsonic 19" TFT
 

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as said above i have a Viewsonic moniter. It is a LCD flatpanel as well. Last night i turned off my computer as usual and when i try and turn it on today, for some reason no video shows. Nothing has been wrong with my moniter, ever. There definintely power to my monitor, i checked that. Everything is plugged in like usual. I havent messed with any cords or cables for a while. Can anyone help me out?
 

A:Viewsonic 17inch moniter problem

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Just got a VX2255WMB with a built in webcame - I know this unit has been around for awhile. I have downloaded the software and drivers from the website and althought it has installed a Viewsonic tab on my desktop and the icon is in the taskbar, when I click on anything is says "Please Turn On The Camera".

I have done searches and tried whatever was suggested to no avail. It does NOT show up in device manager...

Any suggestions would be appreciated.
 

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I want to start by saying I have read a couple of threads on this site that have similar problems with their Viewsonic monitors and the threads have not helped so I am posting this as new.

Hardware: Viewsonic VX910, Dell Dimension 4700, Radeon X1600 series video card, old spare Dell lcd monitor

About 1 day ago the viewsonic monitor would not come out of its "black screen"
I usually leave my monitor turned off (It is a server that I leave running)

I plugged in my old Dell lcd monitor and it works fine on this system (Computer and video card are now proven good) - Viewsonic monitor is now the culprit and I need to find a solution.

I am asking if anyone knows about any components in the monitor that have been found to cause this problem. I have replaced capacitors on this monitor in the past to correct a prior problem and it has worked flawlessly for the past 9 months after the fix. Here is what I am seeing; can anyone help?

I turned my monitor on yesterday to check something and this is what I found:

Symptoms:
1.) Upon turning on the monitor the screen lights up and displays what the video card is putting out (a desktop, or login box, etc.) for one second then the monitor goes back to blank.

2.) The led on the power button stays green the entire time indicating it is receiving something from the video card, but the monitor stays blank.

3.) If the monitor is unplugged from the video card the power lcd goes amber indicating no signal and I get the "no s... Read more

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I'm stuck between these 3 monitors. The HP 27xi AOC i2757fh or the Viewsonic VX2770SMH-LED 27

They all look similar, but I'm just not sure which one to get. I'm leaning toward the HP 27xi though, but this site rated the AOC i2757fh a little higher over the HP 27xi. I'd like to hear some feedback from you guys.

My main usage is playing games like BF3/BF4, SWTOR and Titanfall when it comes out. I also do a lot of web surfing and occasional movie watcher on this monitor. My current monitor is a 24 inch Asus VW246H and I like it, but I don't love it. So my main concern is how well it displays games. I don't want any ghosting and the least amount of input lag I can find. Now, I know the AOC boasts a slightly quicker response time of 5ms vs the HP's 7 seconds, but the reviews I've read thus far state there is no visual lag from the HP. What do you guys suggest? Thanks in advance!
 

A:HP 27xi, AOC i2757fh, or ViewSonic Monitor

Really? No one has an opinion on this?
 

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Hey guys,
I brought my desktop back from school, but I didn't want to worry about transporting the monitor, so I'm borrowing my dad's Viewsonic VX2433wm. At school, I use a Samsung 2343BWX along with a Dell 20" 1680x1050 monitor (unfortunately, I don't know the model). However, my computer seems to act up with it connected.

The most obvious thing is that the text is kind of blurry. I tried adjusting ClearType, but that didn't seem to help. Pictures/color seem to look okay though, and most games look/perform the way they should. I made sure the video card is outputting 1080p, and I also switched to my integrated graphics chipset (Intel HD 3000), but it looks the same. I tried opening AMD Catalyst Control Center, but it tells me that the "Host application has stopped working". Doom 3 BFG edition also crashes once I get in-game.

Here's the weird part: When I connect via HDMI my AOC L32W761, all of these problems go away. AMD CCC works fine, the text looks okay, and everything seems as it should. When I connect only my TV, everything is okay too. Why would this happen? I've switched cables, switched ports, uninstalled/reinstalled the drivers with driver cleaners, and I can sometimes sort these issues out, but I'm pretty stumped right now. I don't think the monitor had issues before.

My setup is this custom build I put together last year:

Intel Core i7 2600k
ASUS P8Z68-V Pro/Gen 3
AMD/ATI Radeon HD 6950 2GB
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A:Text is Blurry on Viewsonic VX2433wm

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im just wondering what refesh rate i should be using? i have my monitor on 1440 by 900 and at the moment i have the refesh rate on 85 hertz.
the problem is my desktop shortcuts flicker every now and then, i loss there picture and then they come back? does this have anything to do with the refesh rate?
 

A:What refesh rate should i use for my Viewsonic VA1912w?

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I am running Vista Ultimate on a homebuilt computer that has a Athlon 64 2400 processor and 2 gigs of RAM.

The other day I put the computer into sleep mode and it froze.

I forced a shut off and restarted. Now I hear the computer starting but my digital monitor just stays in the amber mode with a "No Signal Found" message showing.

What can I do to correct this problem.

Thanks for any and all suggestions.

A:Digital ViewSonic won't turn on at StartUP

I'm having some oddball problems with mine
I haven't investigated yet, but this is what I do for now
Turn off the monitor
Remove power from the computer totally, by the switch on the power supply or the plug on the wall
Give it a minute or so and power up the computer
After the post beep, turn on the monitor
Maybe it will work for you

Also don't forget to try replacing your video driver

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Hi Guys, I have no idea whats going on over at Viewsonic, however their support service is lacking some serious SUPPORT!!! Just the other day, I re-installed Vista 64 and had been happily using a x64 monitor driver for my VX2025WM, just before the re-install I decided to trall the net for latest drivers and deleted any old ones I had (stupid I know). Anyway on re-install with the latest unsigned driver - Standard_Monitor_Driver_Unsigned_Windows_x64 - Dated 04/10/2007, it is now telling me it cannot find my monitor. I've also tried the latest signed driver and this is not working either. I have tried a manual install from C:\Viewsonic and funny enough the monitor isn't even listed. I've asked Viewsonic for help with them replying asking me to download the latest unsigned driver (what the???) All I need is a copy of the previous unsigned driver to this one listed and I know 101% it will find my monitor and work, does anyone have it or know where I can find archived drivers, as Viewsonic have not responded to this request. Please help! Cheers in advance.

A:Viewsonic VX2025WM Monitor Driver

Ahh it's always the way... Just found the old (November x64) driver on DriverGuide.com and guess what, it WORKS!!! Tried updating manually to the new driver after I installed the old one and it's displaying a could not install new driver message. Bloody viewsonic, I HATE SUPPORT!!! Why do they treat us like monkeys???

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Never mind, as quick as the problem began, it's resolved itself for some reason. Post can be deleted.






I'm having a bit of a strange issue with my ViewSonic VX2258 monitor.
Out of nowhere, the screen started to flicker (not the sort of flickering you might expect from a loose cable, but literally going completely off and back on) every few seconds. Eventually the screen did not come back on at all.
Thinking there was a loose cable, I tried tightening them but to no avail. The light on the monitor is still blue showing that it is detecting an input and Windows still detects that the monitor is plugged in.
When I turn the monitor off and on, I can see the ViewSonic logo, but oddly enough after that it is a black screen and I am unable to get any system menus to appear (the ones that are generated by the monitor itself, not the PC) or change the source. I would have thought that because of this, there is something wrong with the display but that doesn't seem to be the case considering I can see the logo upon starting the monitor. (Perhaps something to do with firmware?)
I don't think that it is a problem with my GPU as my secondary monitor (a Samsung SyncMaster) still seems to be functioning perfectly but just in case, it is a Powercolor Radeon R9 290X and my drivers are all up to date.
Thanks for the help!

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Dear,
I have Viewsonic P225f CRT monitor. My desktop computer has Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate 64-Bit operating system. I want driver suitable for 64-bit. I had tried to install unsigned/signed driver from Viewsonic web site but installation encountered problems. I have a gaming system see specifications below, so I want to install Viewsonic monitor driver instead generic driver. I can send you error details as attachment if you mail me link. Kindly solve this driver problem.

Thanks


Processor: Intel Quad Core Extreme Processor QX6700
Motherboard: MSI P6N Diamond Nforce 680i SLI
RAM: Corsair Dominator Quad Kit 4GB DDR 2 1100MHz
Graphic Card: NIVIDIA Geforce 8800 Ultra OC SLI (768MBx2)
Hard Disk: Dual 1000 Giga Seagate 7.11, SATA, 32MB Cache for RAID
Sound Card: Creative X-Fi Fatal1ty
Optical Drive: LG 18X DVD-RW, SATA
Speakers: Creative Gigaworks S750
Power Supply: Enermax Galaxy 1000 Watts SLI
Casing: A-Open QF60
 

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Recently received a Viewsonic Digital Photo Frame as gift (Model DPX804BK). Unfortunately, there are no instructions on how to move pictures and music from my computer to the frame. The booklet only lists the function of various buttons, one of which is "Browser" mode. I store most of my photos in Picasa3. Any ideas on how to load the photos very much appreciated. I am running Windows XP Professional.
 

A:Load photos to Viewsonic Digital Frame

Hi

my son got me a jessops one of these for xmas, i had to go into the settings and chance the USB to -PC- mode, then plug it into my PC and was good to go.

regards
 

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I need help in making my mind up between the gorgeous Lg 1981Q and the attractive Viewsonic Vx924.

I have recently upgraded my desktop and am thinking about shifting to dual screen, mainly for video and web editing (with a little bit of gaming on the side) and need help in picking out new monitor.

one of my problems is that the looks of the tft is very important to me, cos i cant look at something ugly all the time, i would like a tft which is slim and very sexy (just how i like my women )

If anybody owns either of these screens i would really appreciate their feedback, on how good the monitor is and if they would recommend it.

Thanks

Chewbacca.

P.s is there really that much noticable difference between 4 and 8 ms, and if so is it going to be noticable when video editing and gaming.
 

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I just bought a new Gigabyte M61PME-S2P and AMD Athlon X2 250. I set everything up with XP Pro on a Viewsonic Graphics Series G810. Everything was fine. I unplugged everything and set the PC up with it's own monitor, a Viewsonic Viewpanel VG150. The computer would not power on at all. through removing each component and retrying the power button I came down to the monitor as the problem. I tried keeping the monitor unplugged, starting the PC and then hooking up the monitor. The mouse and Keyboard would not work. I tried starting it with the G810, and then switching to the VG150, and the mouse and Keyboard would die as soon as the VG150 was plugged in. Any clues?
 

A:Gigabyte M61PME-S2P/Viewsonic Viewpanel VG150

Can you try another cable to the monitor?
 

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Hi all;
For several months, I have been trying to diagnose a problem that occurs on my Viewsonic VX2000 monitor connected to a BFG 9800 GTX+ .

I had been running a BFG 6800 card with no problems at all, but wanted something faster on this aging system; Asus P5AD2-E Premium, and got a good deal on the 9800.
It worked great with the drivers included on the install CD. That driver was dated 10/2008.

When I installed the later driver, I started to see video noise lines running up and down both sides of the screen when in the max resolution of 1600 x 1200 @ 60HZ.
The noise would become more intense as the monitor warmed up, but would reach a point where it would not get any worse, but the monitor would flicker occasionally, as though it were receiving a signal out of its range.

When I reduced the resolution to 1200 x 1024, or 1024 x 768 the noise was not present.

I got tired of trying to fix the issue, so I rolled back the driver to the older one.
But every time I found a new driver on Nvidia's web site, I would try it, in hopes that the issue might be fixed. It was not.
So I resigned to using the older driver. Upgrading the driver really had no effect on any of my games anyway, so upgrading the driver was really just a geek kind of thing that I like to do.

So, everything was fine in XP land. But this morning I installed Windows 7 Ultimate on the same machine.
I created a dual boot so I can always go back to XP as needed.
When Win 7 installed, it would n... Read more

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ViewSonic makes several LCD TV/PC Monitors that have glass screens.

I might purchase their 24" model - VT2430.

I think most of us are old enough to remember those incredibly durable
CRT monitors. I used to keep a high quality unused paint brush as a
duster for my CRTs. A roll of Bounty paper towel and some glass cleaner
was all you needed to safely clean a CRT monitor.

Can anyone tell me how rugged the ViewSonic glass screens are?

It would be great if I could throw away my microfiber cloths and all
those expensive cleaning solutions that I've purchased over the years.
I am sick of soft plastic screens that are damaged if you sneeze too
hard!

I wish someone manufactured a 24" plasma TV/Monitor. They all have
thick glass screens. Just wishful thinking. I know its not a practical
idea.
 

A:ViewSonic VT2430 - Need Info About it's Glass Screen

The monitors I have seen with glass plates over the lcd are
cleanable with glass cleaner.
They are glass.
I haven't actually had any problems spraying some glass cleaner
on a paper towel and using it to clean my LCD.
It doesn't have glass on it.
I just don't scrub it hard.
 

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I have a Viewsonic VG2230wm display that recently died. The blue light at the bottom center comes on, but the screen stays dark.

Thought I would take a look at the power supply capacitors. Removed the stand and the four screws from the rear panel.

How do I remove the rear panel? I see a hole on the back panel with a padlock symbol but no obvious way to separate the rear panel from the front panel.

Help!

Steve
 

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I knew something would happen the second I started considering replacing them! LOL.

It started playing up yesterday, when I went to turn it off as was using the other screen to play Crysis. I went to turn it back on once I was done playing and it wouldnt turn on... After much messing around pressing the power button it finally turned on...

I then made the mistake (or more my routine) of switching them both off along with the PC before I went to bed last night. It now won't turn on at all.

I don't think its the internal psu, I'm certain its the button itself. So my question is, how difficult would it be to locate the power switch, and would it be replaceable, or is it a soldered in job?

Warranty expired 2 months ago, and this was a replacement unit under warranty as well, though it was reconditioned and an older generation of my model number.

Can it be replaced then?

**Fingers crossed!!**
 

A:Switch in my Viewsonic 22" LCD has stopped working

A bit of an update on this.

I've stripped the LCD now, as its not under warranty any more, and the switch contact for the on/off switch on the circuit is knackered. It has a totally different feel to it.

Been searching on and off for a couple of days now - Since I have the part number.

I'm now coming to the realisation that Viewsonic play their cards very close to their chests - You can't find anything related to Viewsonic in regards to parts suppliers here or in the US - Its a tad weird to be honest!

I'm getting used to being down to one screen now though, so I think I'm just going to wait and then purchase a bigger LCD later on. Besides which, my newest LCD is a 4th generation version, and the faulty LCD is 2nd generation. The plastic surround is bigger on the earlier model, and the backround colour is also different (the newer 4th gen has a whitter backround), so at times they can look slightly odd, which has irritated me for ages.

Oh well, something else to add to my list I suppose!

Thanks to everyone that took the time to read this thread though.
 

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Hello;
For several month, I have posted several times about this odd problem I have been having with my Viewsonic VX2000 on the BFG NVidia GeForce 9800 GTX+ 512.
The symptom is that after the monitor has been running for a while in its native resolution of 1600 X 1200 @ 60Hz, on the DVI input, video noise begins to appear on the screen, mainly in the margins. When I have the monitor set to a lower resolution; 1280 X 1024 @ 75HZ, there is no noise. But if I set it to 1280 X 1024 @ 60Hz, I do get noise.

This noise starts out as tiny specs barely visible in the margins, and progresses to horizontal lines made up of many scattered bits of white or green seen against a black screen.
When at its worst, the screen will occasionally (and then more frequently) blank for 100ms or so, reset (the Digital icon appears in the lower right when the screen resets).

If the monitor is shut off for a while, then turned back on, it takes another 5-10 minutes before the noise begins to appear again, and then it starts out once more as tiny specs.

Troubleshooting a problem like this can be very difficult if you do not have another computer with the correct output, or another monitor with the correct input to make comparisons, and isolate the source of the problem to the monitor or the video card.

Just a few minutes ago, I ran a very simple "test" to determine that the problem is indeed the monitor.
I noticed that the noise had a green tint to it. This lead me to think that... Read more

A:Viewsonic VX2000 video noise issue identified

Image of the noise

Here is an image of the noise on the screen. Exposure time was about 2 sec.


 

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Hello guys and girls.

I've been considering purchasing a bigger LCD for a while now. Currently I have 2x 22" Viewsonic VA2216w-4's, but I'm looking at replacing them with 1x Viewsonic 27" VX2739WM LCD (click here) but I have a couple of questions I think I know the answer to, but would like to confirm if possible please.

1. I'll be connecting this via HDMI cable, my graphics card has one so all is good; but will my GPU handle the size and rendering of the screen OK?
2. Given the resolution of this HD LCD, will it be compairable to my 2x 1680x1050 LCDs overall, or will I be losing loads of desktop space?
3. If I decided to purchase another one down the road, would my graphics card be OK running both of these, or do I seriously need to consider upgrading BEFORE getting these LCDs.
4. If I used two monitors, would they both function with full HD using the HDMI connector on the graphics card, and the DVI-D connector to the 2nd one?

Most know by now I don't do gaming, but I do intend on purchasing a blueray player and using it to watch movies in HD. I have no requirement or need to ever play any games on this PC. My PC spec's are above, currently both monitors are connected by D-SUB (they don't have DVI/HDMI), my graphics card is listed here. This card has 1x D-SUB, 1x DVI, 1x HDMI.

Thanks in advance, and I'm sorry if a lot of this is pretty obvious! lol.
 

A:Advice regarding purchasing a Viewsonic 27" LCD and suitability for my system

If you don't play games, you don't really need to worry about your graphics card being able to handle it: it will.

The 27" resolution is 1920 x 1080, which is higher than a single 22" of yours. However, I think a dual monitor setup with the 22" would have more desktop space.

1920 x 1080 ~ 2M pixels
1680 x 1050 ~ 1.75M pixels
2 x 1680 x 1050 ~ 3.5M pixels.

As you can see, a single 27" is just slightly larger in terms of desktop space, and replacing two monitors for just one will result in a huge loss.

Of course, you get a bigger screen to watch high-def blu-ray disks.
To your last question, only the 27" will perform at full HD (which is 1920 x 1080), but the 22" will not. There probably isn't a difference between using the HDMI or the DVI connector for this purpose. If there is, I'd like to know (HDMI carries sound signals as well, but unless your monitor comes with speakers...)
And you don't need to apologize. There are many more people with much less knowledge, and we're still happy to help (as long as they're nice and concise as you have been, or at least willing to answer everything we ask )
 

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hi all - ive got a problem with my new viewsonic vx2753mh-led monitor. its got 2x hdmi inputs and one vga.

the vga works straight off the bat, but whenever I try and plug the hdmi in it just says no input signal detected and goes black

I noticed in device manager that this was installed as 'generic non-pnp monitor' so after jumping through some hoops i managed to install the driver as 'viewsonic vx2753 SERIES'
Anyway this doesnt seem to have made a difference. still no input through the hdmi.

I have tested to cord on my samsung tv and it worked fine so it can't be a problem with the cord or the graphics card....

just some general info that might be of use:
windows 7 x64
dual monitor setup

the graphics is integrated on the intel i5 chip
my display adapters in device manager says Intel(R) HD Graphics Family.
it has a dvi out, hdmi out, and vga out.

thanks for any help you can give!

A:Viewsonic LCD monitor not recognizing HDMI input signal.

I have a Viewsonic which I'm also trying to run a media PC to connected via an HDMI cable, and I have noticed the exact same thing.

It was working fine for awhile, but recently I have been receiving an error on screen saying the "HDMI to DVI cable as experienced an error" or something to that effect. Note: I am using strictly an HDMI cable, not an HDMI to DVI as the message states (can't explain why I'm getting that message). I did the same thing you did, tested the machine using the same cable on another tv, and it worked fine on the other tv. What's strange is I can connect the cable box to the tv using the identical HDMI cable and it worked fine. Tried again using the same cable from the PC to the tv, and either 1) blank screen, or 2) shrunken screen with the aforementioned error which will go blank once I open Media Center.

Sorry, I don't have an answer, but it seems to me Viewsonic hasn't made a good product in terms of connecting media PC's, for some reason. Of course, my tv is out of warranty at this point. If you find an answer, keep me posted, I'll do the same.

I have a Viewsonic VT2430 monitor/tv, and a Windows Vista 64, with ATI 4200 graphics chip PC.

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Just performed windows update on my Dell Inspiron Desktop 560MT - Intel(R) G45/G43 Express Chipset. I am running Windows 7 Home Premium - 64 bit. I have been using dual monitors on the system since purchase. After performing windows update today my second monitor (connected by HDMI) will no longer display. The other monitor (the working one) is connected via VGA. The system does not recognize it is even connected. At start up however it will display up until login window. I am using two ViewSonic VX2453 Series monitors. I am desperate as I have to have both monitors for work. I have tried unplugging and replugging, restarting it with it unplugged and plugged. I uninstalled the update and have tried autodetect on the system all to no avail. Help!!

A:After Windows update 2nd Viewsonic monitor will no longer display

KChristians, welcome to the Seven Forums.

Sounds like you have WU set to automatically download and install updates, and it updated either the video or monitor driver. If that is what happened check your update history and you can uninstall it from there and should get you back to the previous drive.

Also if that s what it was you might want to set WU to not download and install drivers automatically, step #4 here,

Device Installation Settings

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Title says it all really, just put a scratch in my 3 week old monitor , mildly annoyed about it and wondering whether theres any way to make it go away. When I run my finger over it it dusn't feel like a scratch, but with the monitor off, or showing a bright white screen its quite evident, and running fingernail over it i can tell its an indentation. Against bright white it looks almost like the effect seen if theres water on your monitor (rainbowy), if that helps at all. Basically i'd just like to be not able to see it, and was wondering if you had any suggestions?
 

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So, anybody used other one of these LCD displays? VIEWSONIC: http://www.viewsonic.com/products/lcddisplays/valueseries/VA926/ ASUS: http://www.asus.com/products.aspx?l1=10&l2=86&l3=548&l4=0&model=1697&modelmenu=1 If yes, please, do post anything you have to say about it! I'd be forever grateful for not having to make a leap into a void of ignorance if I chose to buy one of these. They seem to be decent low-price displays, but you never know. I'd prefer the ASUS one, just because the web store is a new one to me, and I'd like to experience it and it looks a bit cooler to me.
 

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Me and my friend just finished our computer, we had a few issues with the NZXT Phantom case at first: they didn't send us a few screws so we had to go to the local tech store and buy a few, but everything worked out.

Anyway

Our screen seems to be having a slight problem: the image of the screen is not taking up the entire space provided by the screen.
There is an option that we found: Auto Image Adjust, and I am sure this is the right one, except: it's disabled!

It's a ViewSonic VX2450wm-LED Full HD 1080p
We have Windows 7 installed on it, and everything is working fine.
The Screen Resolution is set to 1920 x 1080.
DPI Setting is at 150%


Thank's for the help!

A:[SOLVED] ViewSonic Monitor Auto Image Adjust Disabled

How much of the screen is being used?'

What is your GPU?

How is it connected?

Did you install the drivers for the monitor and GPU?

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 I have it hooked up with HDMI (brand new gold plated cable). The text especially is blurry/fuzzy and the screen doesn't take up all the space it should - about 1/2" at the top and sides, bottom is ok. The guy at View Sonic support said it was a video card issue and I would have to figure it out with HP or Intel. Can anyone help me? I have Intel HD graphics. The monitor is Viewsonic VX2270-Smh-LED. It's 21.5" 1080p frameless IPS display.

A:Trouble with Spectre x360 and Viewsonic Monitor, blurry text...

 Hi @butlerll, Thank you for visiting the HP Forums! A great place where you can find solutions for your issues with help from the community!I came across your post about the Notebook, and wanted to assist you! I have looked into your issue about your HP Spectre Notebook and the HDMI port not working correctly. Try running the Windows updater Tool. Here is a link to help troubleshoot the HDMI Display. If the Notebook is not having an issue displaying anything on the Notebook screen, it is not a graphics card. Please get back to me how this goes. Thanks for being a part of the HP community. Please let me know if this help resolves the issue by marking this post as Accept as Solution.  Thanks. 

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