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    Ghosting and fuzzy picture on Lilliput 619GL-70NP

    Had my screen a few days now and quite impressed with it. However small text is very hard to read as all the vertical lines 'ghost' slightly to the right, which gives an overall fuzzy effect. I get the same thing with icons and toolbars etc.

    The 'on screen menu' comes up really clear, and the BIOS DOS screen is really clear, but at 1024x768 and 800x600 I get this problem.

    Are there any drivers for this screen? I only got ones to run the touchscreen on the CD, but when I got my normal 17" monitor I could pick it from a list of possible monitors.

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    I have the same problem. IS there a fix for this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tekta
    Had my screen a few days now and quite impressed with it. However small text is very hard to read as all the vertical lines 'ghost' slightly to the right, which gives an overall fuzzy effect. I get the same thing with icons and toolbars etc.

    The 'on screen menu' comes up really clear, and the BIOS DOS screen is really clear, but at 1024x768 and 800x600 I get this problem.

    Are there any drivers for this screen? I only got ones to run the touchscreen on the CD, but when I got my normal 17" monitor I could pick it from a list of possible monitors.
    Has anyone taken this screen apart to get the model number of the LCD itself?

    The mfr that sells the screen to the lilliput guys only states that it is a recycled Hitachi screen. The ebay listings are always claiming "high resolution 1024 x 768" but this is not the physical resolution of the screen. The literature from the mfr says that it's only 640 x 480, but I think it may be 800 x 480.

    Any screen will only look crisp and clear at it's native resolution, that's why it is so important to know.

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    1024X768 will be fuzzy as that's beyond the native resoluiton of the panel which is 800 pixels wide.

    Let's get the obvious question out of the way Have you tried auto-syncing the screen?

    Next have you tried different refresh rates at 800x600. e.g. 60hz, 70hz, 72hz, 85hz ???

    You might need to do a bit of tweaking either by registry or using Powerstrip. Just for reference here's a close up of the top-right corner of my lilliput running Win2k on a Radeon 7000 at 800x600x32bit at 60hz. This is without any tweaking as I only started to use powerstrip when I was searching for the elusive 800x480 mode which should be this screens ideal resolution given that's what its panel resolution is.
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    I have tried all of the different resolutions / frequencies. I will try auto synching the screen (i think i already did that but i will make sure that's not it tonight).

    I am interested to hear more about this "powerstrip"
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    Well I think i fixed it.. I re installed the drivers (by the way does any one know what the latest version of the drivers are? I have 6.14.01). Then i ran the auto tune and the auto gain and that cleared up all of the waves.(I don't think the reinstalling of the drivers fixed it, I think it was the Auto Tune and Auto Gain)

    Although when i look very closly for extended periods of time i can see very faint, colored diagonal lines..... Who know what the deal is...... It looks so much better now though. Very crisp and non wavy (stable) I wish i could adjust the resolution to the screens native resolution.

    If anyone knows how to do that Post or PM me

    Thanks
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