How to degauze?

  joey 19:52 26 Jan 2004

My 8 year old ADI ProVista 14 has started to look a bit fuzzy. Can anyone tell me how to degauze it?

  Chris the Ancient 19:58 26 Jan 2004

Usually degaussing is needed if colours are a bit iffy and there are unusual overall cover hue variations or colour casts across the screen.

Fuzziness is more likely to need taking to a monitor shop for an internal set up.

Not good news, I'm afraid.


  joey 20:07 26 Jan 2004

Thanks for the advice Chris, think its about time I bought a new monitor.

  Chris the Ancient 20:41 26 Jan 2004

Now you can buy yourself that nice crisp, sharp and gorgeous tft monitor that you've been promising yourself. And justify it!



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