I just recently bought a monitor to hook up to my laptop (connected by a vga cable), and I have noticed flickering, horizontal lines running down and up the screen. This only happens when I plug in my laptop's ac adapter, when I unplug it, the flicker goes away.
I've done some research and found out that it is the picture equivalent of the ground loop problem that causes hum/buzz on audio equipment. Both my monitor and laptop AC adapter have the 3 pronged, grounded plugs and that's what's causing the problem apparently
I need to know how to break the loop and the only way I can think of is using a cheater plug/ground lift adapter (converting a 3 pronged plug to a 2 pronged one), but upon further research this is apparently dangerous as it can cause harmful electric shock.
Does any one know how to safely correct this problem at low cost?4 AnswersMaintenance & Repairs1 decade ago
I've been using a Dell XPS laptop for a year now and just recently noticed black spots on the screen. At first i thought they were dead pixels but on closer inspection (this might just be me) they don't appear to be fully black. Also if viewed from different angles, they seem to fade away or disappear. Does anyone know the problem? Oh, and my warranty is expired.2 AnswersMonitors1 decade ago
From the answers to this question, it seems that some Christians do not even no what close mindedness really is, and label those who have differing view points as close minded. My question is: Do you really think Atheists are close minded or do you just not like the fact we have diffing views?
If you want to know what Close mindedness and Open mindedness is watch this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T69TOuqaqXI14 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago
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