Windows 10: Got a few monitors that are blocky, the rest are fine. Ideas?
Got a few monitors that are blocky, the rest are fine. Ideas?
I got two AOC monitors that have bad looking text. I have set clear type which did nothing. I have changed the contrast and brightness many times in windows and in the monitor setup. It did nothing. I have other monitors that look just fine. All are 1920. They are using VGA cables. Considering a screenshot won't work, I posted some photos to kind of compare. I have a fine monitor next to this one to compare. I can move a window onto it and the text looks fine. I can even alt+prntscr the bad monitor, paste it in photoshop, drag it to the good monitor and it looks fine. Everything is fine except letters. Specific webpages are quite illegible, for example, this one:
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Look at the edges of the i and t. They look pixelated.
To make this further weirder, it looks worse in Internet Explorer than in Firefox, although both look bad on that monitor. So I think it's a pixel thing?
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Have an office computer which bluescreens daily after a certain period of time, but then is fine for the rest of the working day.
BSOD shows CRITICAL_STRUCTURE_CORRUPTION,
and bluescreenview shows plenty of ntoskrnl.exe+ 14e2a0
I'm confronted with a baffling problem.
I can logon without problems to WiFi networks where I provide a passphrase/password to the Wifi-point. This is the case at home and at friends' and family.
I can also logon on to public WiFi networks such...