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YAMA

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hi boffins, my problem is that the resolutions on my Hannspree desktop monitor as started to go haywire, colour just falls back to looking like a negative, I switch off back on again, and all seems ok, oh just befor this happens, I noticed that the photo I have on the screen starts to look like a photo from a news paper, you pimply efect, now what I need to knowis, Have i picked up a bug,or is the monitor on its way out, thanks yama

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Try uninstalling and reinstalling the graphics driver.

However it does sound as if the monitor is failing as it gets warm.

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YAMA

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thanks fruit bat, will look at that and report back, yam

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YAMA

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well never got round to doing what you sugested fruit-bat, wanted to trans fer some photos frm my phone to the pc via Bluesolel - Blue tooth and it stated doing it as I switch in on my pc, ???yama

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YAMA

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Just opened it a gain as I was answering you,to see if I was right and yes, with out making the conection to my phone,??? any sugetion, cheers yama

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