TFT Question

Discussion in 'Techie Discussion' started by GDW, Jan 5, 2004.

  1. GDW

    GDW Fledgling Freddie

    This is a kind of repost from the Barrysworld Forum.

    I have a 17"Multisync LCD 1760NX connecting to an Nvidia GForce 4 Ti 4600 via a DVI cable. This works perfectly until I try to use the recommended resolution of 1280 x1024 whereby the screen becomes full of of red pixelated lines flashing on and off. The DVI cable I uset is a very high quality one so I dont know what the problem is. Originally I was lead to believe it might be an issue with the Via chip on my Asus A7V 266 but I find this hard to believe since it supports all lower resolutions plus Im using the latest set of drivers.

    Anyone have a clue what could be causing this and what the solution could be?
  2. Danya

    Danya Fledgling Freddie

    Tried the monitor on a different gfx card? Sounds like either the gfx card or the monitor is toast.
    Also, check your drivers, mine have two settings for DVI mode and frequency which (apparently) can fix corruption over DVI. :p

    I'm surprised you're having problems though, I have a Multisync LCD 1860NX and it was fine with my GF4 Ti4600.
  3. GDW

    GDW Fledgling Freddie

    Monitor (one month old)and the card (15 months old) work perfectly in every other aspect (ie any resolution in analogue mode) and Im using the latest Nidia drivers. Where are you finding the settings for the DVI?
  4. SawTooTH

    SawTooTH Can't get enough of FH

    Is refresh rate at 60 MHz?
  5. Xavier

    Xavier Can't get enough of FH

    Am I right in thinking the lines are vertical?

    If so, sounds like the same problem as I had with one of my NEC 1850X's - needed to go back to NEC for a pe0n to tap it gently with a rubber mallet.

    Best thing to do is call their support line and ask where you stand with regards to getting it replaced or repaired.

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  6. GDW

    GDW Fledgling Freddie

    Refresh is set at 60

    Pixelated lines are all Horizontal and are bright orange/red with lots of individual flashing red/orange pixels. Only occurs if resolution is 1280 by xxx. All lower reolutions are fine
  7. GDW

    GDW Fledgling Freddie


    Come on guys , whats the matter, to hard ?
  8. Xavier

    Xavier Can't get enough of FH

    I'd seriously call them, that's a panel fault not something PC-end...

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