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    ikaz_uba83 is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Default monitor: flickering screen

    can anybody tell me wat 2 do with it?!
    every time my pc start it will flick n sometimes this flick flick never ending.
    very disturbing n i'm very tension.
    pz help me

    my pc:
    P4 1.7Ghz
    NVidia MX 440
    512 DDR RAM
    120 GB

    is my graphic card problem? coz when i take off the graphic card there will no more flick flick
    but without my nvidia how can i play games!!??

    need assistant!!

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    Hellcreator is offline Senior Member Long Time Member
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    Default Re: monitor: flickering screen

    increase your refresh rate?


    Quote Originally Posted by ikaz_uba83
    can anybody tell me wat 2 do with it?!
    every time my pc start it will flick n sometimes this flick flick never ending.
    very disturbing n i'm very tension.
    pz help me

    my pc:
    P4 1.7Ghz
    NVidia MX 440
    512 DDR RAM
    120 GB

    is my graphic card problem? coz when i take off the graphic card there will no more flick flick
    but without my nvidia how can i play games!!??

    need assistant!!

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    ikaz_uba83 is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Default Re: monitor: flickering screen

    done!!

    i've change from 60 hertz to 75 hertz
    result = still the same
    flick flick never ending

    plz... others suggestion

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    How old is it?

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    That sounds like a bad connection. Get as much slack on the cable as you can, and try to play with jack some (don't rench it too hard, or you'll break the wires or the jack). Maybe also try to pull the connector out just a little bit as well, as in don't screw it all the way in.
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    ikaz_uba83 is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jyuu
    How old is it?
    2 1/2 years
    but i'll keep upgrading my pc.
    what is ur refresh rate?
    60, 72, 75, 80 hertz?!

    TQ guyz

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    ikaz_uba83 is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Quote Originally Posted by Volvogga
    That sounds like a bad connection. Get as much slack on the cable as you can, and try to play with jack some (don't rench it too hard, or you'll break the wires or the jack). Maybe also try to pull the connector out just a little bit as well, as in don't screw it all the way in.
    TQ, gonna try it after this.

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    Hellcreator is offline Senior Member Long Time Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by ikaz_uba83
    Quote Originally Posted by Jyuu
    How old is it?
    2 1/2 years
    but i'll keep upgrading my pc.
    what is ur refresh rate?
    60, 72, 75, 80 hertz?!

    TQ guyz
    mine is running at 85 Hz... most people can't see the flicker at 60 Hz altho there are a few that can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Volvogga
    That sounds like a bad connection. Get as much slack on the cable as you can, and try to play with jack some (don't rench it too hard, or you'll break the wires or the jack). Maybe also try to pull the connector out just a little bit as well, as in don't screw it all the way in.
    Is the flickering making a clicking noise? Happenned to my old monitor as well. Bad power connection eventually led to a tuner part being burnt out (can't remember what it was called). Little tube about 1cm in length. That's all i can think of at the moment. Might have to get it repaired if all else fails

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    Just get a LCD monitor! No flicker!

 

 
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