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Thread: Lilliput ghosting

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    Jun 2006
    Calgary, Alberta
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    Lilliput ghosting

    I have an EBY701. There is a slight ghosting effect on the display. There are pics of it on this thread:
    It becomes worse at higher resolutions. At 800x600, it's very minor and does not bother me. But I'd like to get rid of it if possible. I did not have this problem with my old monitor, so I am pretty sure it is not the computer's fault.

    It appears other users have this problem too, but it seems like there is no definitive answer on the solution. Some users had luck just pushing in the DIN connector more snugly. Does not work for me.

    Just wondering if anyone has more ideas?

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    Nov 2007
    Cheap video cables will do this, and get worse at higher resolutions as you described. I've also seen it caused (and cured by) the routing of the video cable. Try straightening out the cable path, or at least get rid of any loops or bundles of excess cable.

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