LE26R41BDX and VGA (PC)

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  1. SteveWas

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    Oh joy, it's another Samsung LCD thread:thumbsup:

    Well, the issue I'm having is this. Have just got an LE26R41BDX and am generally very impressed by it. Unfortunately I have just tried to connect my computer to the TV and I am getting a sort of 'ghost image' to the right of everything on the screen including the mouse pointer. It looks sort of like a the screen is in the process of moving rapidly to the left and is leaving some kind of motion blur!

    I've set the res to 1360 x 768, the refresh rate is stuck at 60 and I have tried adjusting the 'coarse'/'fine' values on the PC section of the TVs menu - I obviously also tried the Auto-Adjustment. I have had a search through the forums and have found a couple of threads that seem to have a similar theme. In the replies to those 'clock' and 'phase' settings were mentioned in relation to the TVs menu - I can't find either of these.

    Any help would be appreciated. My graphics card is an MSI FX5600 vtdr128 and I am using a Belkin VGA monitor replacement cable.
     
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    I have the same problem, any help would be appreciated.
     
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    Sorry for the old thread bump, but did anybody sort this problem?
    I've just connected my PC via VGA and getting the same thing.
     
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    Sounds possibly like a graphics card driver issue.
    Got the latest drivers for your graphics card ?
     
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    I've got the latest drivers but I might do a fresh install. Having done more reading, I've come across suggestions that it might be the VGA cable. It was only a cheap £5 one but it's made by Belkin and I wouldn't have thought that it would make much difference. It's also only a 1.5M cable.
     

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