What resolution should I run?
Are there any graphics cards that are not compatible with V7 LC displays?
Why do LCDs have pixel failures?
I'm trying to load the correct driver for my flat panel monitor, but it isn´t working. I get a message saying I need a disk.
My monitor has two faint horizontal lines that are visible at any resolution.
Why do the characters in the corner of the screen look fuzzy?
When I have a white background up, such as in a word processors, some areas of the screen are a little darker than the center. Is my monitor bad?
How to view content in 3D on PJ1D512?
The monitor is not bad. The electron beams pass through either a shadow mask or aperture grille, which aims them at proper phosphor color. In high resolution displays, these beams are focused to a fine point and are slightly smaller than the opening through which they must pass. Nearer to the edges of the tube, the beams may not pass through the exact center of the opening, and part of the beam is blocked. This is called eclipsing. The result is that less beam area strikes the phosphor and the illumination there is less than that at or near the center of the CRT. This is not an uncommon situation and the term used is brightness uniformity. Up to 30 percent less illumination than the central area is considered acceptable. Brightness uniformity should not be confused with purity, as discussed earlier.