Try to perform a two-button shutdown. To do this, press and hold the Volume-up button and the Power button on your Surface at the same time for 15 seconds and then release. Just continue holding down the buttons for 15 seconds once you see the Surface logo.
XP users: right click desktop and click setting s then monitor then advanced settings to change monitor settings
Click Control Panel in the Start menu. You can also type "Display" in the search field upon clicking the Start button. In Windows 8, swipe in from the right side of the screen, and type "Display" in the Search field.
On the left hand side of the window, click on Change Display Settings. Finally, click on Advanced Settings at the bottom right of the window. Click on the Monitor tab and you will notice a few things. First, notice the setting labeled Screen Refresh Rate.
Re: Vibrating screen, HELP it stop PLEASE. I once set a monitor too close to a magnetic field and got vibrating effect like that. Try hooking the monitor and computer in a different room or area.
The next step is to pay attention to the screen and see if the Task Manager flickers. If everything on the screen flickers, but Task Manager doesn't, then you're dealing with an incompatible .
If you can physically feel the vibration, yes it needs to be replaced. But, if you're talking about what you can SEE, it could be either the monitor, the cable or the video card. The easiest way to.
Originally posted by: jliechty Recently, my monitor, a 19 inch Philips 109B2, has been exhibiting a strange behavior in a subtle way. The image appears to "flicker," or more appropriately, vibrate; this happens (though less noticeably) even when the resolution is lower and the refresh rate is at 85Hz or above (normally I run [email protected]).