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Nowadays the things are permanently aligned so you don’t have to mess with it. Is there any way to correct this with software? The opinions expressed above are the personal opinions of the authors, not of Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Now, you say that some source mentions that the monitor is not VGA compatible. Contact Email us Tell us what you think.
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I have a HP AA monitor and the blue is off sync with the green and red. Any good, therefore, that I can do, or any kindness that I can show to any human being, let me do it now.
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Color Sync with AA moniter in winxp. Nowadays the things are permanently aligned so you don’t have to mess with it. As far as software that will solve a hardware problem, it??? Your monitor has 5 BNC connectors, and can thus accept separate sync.
Looks like something has gone out on yours tho. All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic.
Ive tried moving the BNC plugs around with no luck, i have 2 more i can try if that could be the problem Let me not defer or neglect it, for I shall not pass this way again. Used to be on old color tv’s we would spend hours adjusting the moniror coils and pots in order to get all three guns to jp up the same. I’m not sure of the frequency involved but since there are three separate cables it is possible that a different length on the blue cable could slow down or speed up the signal enough to mask the problem.
IF this monitor is going to work at all, what you need is a video cable with 5 BNC a4032 on one end, and a HD15 connector on the other. We used to do that with radar if cables to get the phase correct back in the old days. It will help you just as much as wrapping a rubber band around the video cable.
A HP fixed frequency monitor and a PC
Fri Oct 10 – Especially since your video card generates separate sync. Hewlett Packard Enterprise International. Thereafter, when the machine is booted up, the monitor would not sync up until the boot sequence reached the point where it changes to the correct resolution and sync rate. Now, you say that some source mentions that the monitor is not VGA compatible.
This archive was generated by hypermail 2. If the monitor doesnt support x, then you would s4032a to use another monitor to set windows to the correct resolution and refresh rate, and then switch monitors.
I have a geforce 4 mx video card.
Thu Dec 9 Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. I’d say the monitor is at fault. As long as you’re sure your IBM video card can be set to that maximum resolution and refresh rate that the monitor can handle, I would say this has an excellent chance of working. When IBM compatible computers boot up, they always use this video mode, and later in the boot sequence they switch to whatever mode you specify.
I suppose you could open it up and see if there are any adjustments left but I doubt it plus beware there are some dangerous voltages lurking in there.
So if it is the monitor, theres still no software anyones heard of that will correct it? There is no try! Sounds like a convergence issue to me. This is a GOOD thing.