Now that I have a new monitor (Samsung 23" Wide Flat LED) I need some help and/or suggestions on screen display settings. As usual, I have searched the web for this information, but can't find any. I realize personal taste has a lot to do with it but I would appreciate any suggestions for the best settings for image display relating to Corel.
Any help is appreciated.
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Patty, I think Foster is trying to say, in a long winded version, all LED monitors have what is known as a native resolution. Do not vary from this when setting the resolution in the options of the video graphics card.
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I'm trying to figure this out but I'm having trouble do so. Since I hooked the monitor up my computer seems to be acting "glitchy". It has a hesitation with black screen between screen changes, and I can't seem to get the picture quality the way I want it. I've change the res to monitor native res but still seems off. Because of my low vision getting the font size right is an issue. I have a Dell tower 1T HDD and 4 Gig RAM, so that shouldn't be the problem. One thing is the connector to the PC (the screw in pins) aren't long enough. Could that be the issue? Also, if I put it on standby it loses the my settings and goes to washed out. I called Samsung and they said to return it or send it back for service. I'll exchange it if I can't figure it out.
Did you install the Monitor's drivers for you Operating System? You may want to check the manufactures site for any update to the drivers.
Patty Powers:I'm trying to figure this out but I'm having trouble do so.
Windows should see the monitor and try and set the display resolution to match the LED resolution (native). If not remove the monitor, reboot the system with the old monitor, let it run for a few minutes, shut it down hook up the new monitor and pay attention to what Windows ask you, it shoud auto adjust to the native resolution. If you're talking color settings I recommend an eye one display calibration system