How To Resolve A Thin Line (Of Any Color) Running Through The Screen
A line of color that appears vertically or horizontally
How To Change The Resolution On A Windows 8 Computer For A Monitor
Changing the resolution of your desktop to match the native resolution of the monitor.
How To Retain The Display On Your Monitor When Your Laptop Lid Is Closed (Windows 7 Or Vista)
Changing the settings in Windows 7 or Vista so you can close your laptop and still retain an image on your monitor.
Welcome to our Picture or Image troubleshooting. This section is meant to assist with various issues that arise either randomly or during certain events that we have anticipated. Please look at the article titles below to determine which one would best represent the issue. We are constantly
Adobe Color Profile Error
Photoshop displays this error message because it is attempting to create a color profile of its own and does not support the Samsung Natural color profile (.icm). To resolve this problem, you must remove the Samsung monitor driver and replace it with the Generic PnP Monitor driver. In some
Windows 7 And Vista
To remove the Samsung monitor driver and remove the Samsung Natural Color Profile from Color Management in Windows 7 and Windows Vista and replace it with the Plug and Play driver, follow these steps: Important: You must be logged in as an administrator to perform these steps. Make sure
Run A Monitor Self Test
If your power LED is blinking but no images appear on the screen, the monitor may be defective or settings on the monitor or computer are causing the issue. To determine if the issue is with the monitor, perform a self test. To Run A Self Test To run a self test, follow these steps: Power
Set Your Monitor To The Optimum Refresh Rate In Windows 98/ME
If your image is flickering when your monitor is turned on, your monitor may be set to an incorrect refresh rate. The optimum refresh rate for all Samsung LCD monitors, regardless of size, is 60Hz. To Set The Refresh Rate To set the refresh rate to 60Hz, follow these steps: Click the Start