Might be the perfect time to hit the boss up for a new LCD monitor It is probably the refresh rate of 60Hz causing this. Tablets by David Katzmaier Nov 26, Oookayyyy Jim go get a box from the back. Be careful to pick a refresh rate that your monitor can handle. Users browsing this forum: Log in or Sign up.
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I think it had some kind of wacky power draw. Anyone know why it’s doing this, and what could be done to alleviate it? You konitor try moving the monitor to your desk and see if it vibrates there or, do the opposite, move your monitor to someone else’s desk and see if it still vibrates. For the brightness issue I’ve seen people add high value resistors in series with the G2 line to lower the voltage but that’s attacking the symptoms instead of the root cause. The monitor I am using now is about to die, it periodicaly wacks out.
U can only see it really under darker backgrounds or up close to bright walls?
Increasing the refresh rate can help. Return to General Old Hardware. It’s faintly possible it’s chips, not salsa. I found a number of threads dealing with monitors that make strange noises.
It is probably the refresh rate mknitor 60Hz causing this. At an old apartment there was some kind of transformer in the courtyard about 10 feet away from my window and it caused the image on my computer monitor to jiggle.
Luckily there were a few extra monitors sitting in the corner. You must log in or sign up to reply here. When I plugged my humidifier into a different outlet, everything went back to normal.
I’ve noticed a few times in different locations that desk fans running near del, tend to whack out monitors. I am hoping this is just a one off problem, i’ve never had any probs with my other 17inch dell crt. This should isolate your computer from the AC line so you can confirm or eliminate the AC power as a variable.
Dell M993s – CRT monitor – 19″
I wonder how many of the capacitors might be going. Or recently, for that matter. If you have anything else plugged into the same outlet, or a nearby outlet, try moving it or unplugging it and see if that fixes it. With this program you can download the internal calibration data for the monitor, modify the G2 voltage value and upload it back again. Interference would seem to be the obvious answer, yet I can’t find anything new that would cause the problem.
Cyber Monday Newegg deals: Tablets by David Katzmaier Nov 26, Users browsing this forum: What’s the frequency of the vibration? Log in or Sign up. Also, do you know if someone’s recently added hardware to the same circuit you’re using?
I have a 98 machine, if that doesn’t work i have a 98VM and if that doesn’t work i can build 1. As for other electronics, the only thing close to it is a phone and the monitor in the next cubicle, but both of them are the same type of monitor, both of them have been in the same position for about 7 months or so.
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Oookayyyy Jim go get a box from the back. There is no material that is knowingly illegal here. My monitor started doing that when I plugged in an humidifier el cheapo from Walmart on a plug on the same circuit as the monitor.
Picked up the red one. That can help determine what direction the interference is coming from, if nothing else. It just sounds like you got a bunk monitor, if you have a replacement coming, don’t worry about it.