Monitor screen Flickering

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Monitor Screen flickering
Hi...

This is Dashrath from Odisha, India. In my office many users are facing the monitor screen flickering issue. I have already tried the following solution method:

1. Reduce the refresh rate of sreen

2. Changes in resolution

3. Scanned with antivirus

4. Checked with other monitor

5. Reinstalled the OS.

 

Doing all the above method, still problem is existed. So, Please provide me appropriate solution.

 

Thanks

 

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-I see you have re-installed O.S. Could it help if you have installed the correct Drive to suit video Graphics.
-What screens do you Have?? (LED, CRT, LCD e.t.c)
-I like the facts Alamch has pointed out with some High voltage Equipments around.

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  • Alamch
    this normally happens due to refresh rate problem or screen resolution adjustment problems, but as far as I'm a field operator for IT issues I've notices it that sometime when all of your setting are working fine i.e. your resolution is perfect, refresh rate is accurate and still its doing problems ... then in that care we look for some high voltage wires or equipments installed nearby, (high voltage wires, high voltage transformers, high voltage server machines, etc) its quite unprofessional but it happens if you find some high voltage wires installed near to your window please make some distance keep your computers far away from those wires it definately helps ... or else once please check your refresh rate setting and how to do it complete procedure is given below: 1. To change the refresh rate of you monitor, right click on windows desktop and select “Properties” from the pop up menu. A dialog window “Display Properties” will appear. 2. Select the “Settings” tab and click the “Advance” command button. It will display the “Advanced Settings” window which let you configure the display settings in advance mode. 3. Select the “Monitor” tab. 4. On the “Screen Refresh Rate” click the down arrow to view the list of refresh rate. 5. Select a refresh rate higher than your current refresh rate settings. To read more about this please visit here:
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  • Alamch
    this normally happens due to refresh rate problem or screen resolution adjustment problems, but as far as I’m a field operator for IT issues I’ve notices it that sometime when all of your setting are working fine i.e. your resolution is perfect, refresh rate is accurate and still its doing problems … then in that care we look for some high voltage wires or equipments installed nearby, (high voltage wires, high voltage transformers, high voltage server machines, etc) its quite unprofessional but it happens if you find some high voltage wires installed near to your window please make some distance keep your computers far away from those wires it definately helps … or else once please check your refresh rate setting and how to do it complete procedure is given below: 1. To change the refresh rate of you monitor, right click on windows desktop and select “Properties” from the pop up menu. A dialog window “Display Properties” will appear. 2. Select the “Settings” tab and click the “Advance” command button. It will display the “Advanced Settings” window which let you configure the display settings in advance mode. 3. Select the “Monitor” tab. 4. On the “Screen Refresh Rate” click the down arrow to view the list of refresh rate. 5. Select a refresh rate higher than your current refresh rate settings. To read more about this please visit here:
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  • Alamch
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  • jinteik
    just wondering if the monitor is quite old already?
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  • dash7284
    - After reinstalling OS, I installed the correct Driver and as told by the user it worked fine for 1 day then once again problem came. One more thing also it is not the problem of one user, more than 10 users in my organisation are facing same screen blinking issue. - Regarding 3rd point, it may not be the problem due to the high voltage equipment, because the PCs are existed in different places where there is not such equipment.
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