Now I am in a problem. I have to see a burned screen after starting my computer. I don't know why it is happening. To get rid of this problem, I have restarted my pc and it appears that everything is ok.
Attached file may clear my problem. PC configuration: windows XP, intel Pentium 4, intel desktop board D845GLLY, ram: 1 GB, graphics driver: win2k_xp, win2k_xp149_2.
I have an HP monitor that always says “going to sleep” whenever I turn on the computer. I don’t know what the problem of it is. I think my computer is working fine, maybe the monitor is the problem. What should I do to fix this?
Samsung is about to sell their 27-inch Series 9 LED monitor in the United States before the end of the month. When are they planning to sell it here in Asia?
I saw this Boogie Board Jot which is a reflex LCD display where you can do your scribbles. Can you record and import your notes with this device? Will it last the whole day of continuous note taking? What else can you do with it besides jotting down notes?
What are the various counters available in the circuitry to producing the dot pattern on the screen? Explain the purpose?
I have read that for serious gamers it is of utmost importance to have the proper gaming monitor. I have some gaming monitor criteria suggestions such as a LCD monitor size of 17-20 inches and a response rate below 8 milliseconds. Is there any monitor that fits these criteria?
Is there really a monitor specifically for gaming?I found this monitor and specifically recommended for those in pc gaming. I play pc games and with the specifications of this AOC Led monitor really fit for gaming? Has anybody bought this and would recommend it?For those games with dark scenes, will this be really clearer or viewable?