- Monitor flickers slightly
- Flickering on the display is faint, but can be seen out of the corner of your eye
Adjust the vertical refresh rate to a higher setting, such as 85 Hz, 75 Hz, or "Optimal".
This can be adjusted in Windows* 95, 98 and Me by going to Start > Settings > Control Panel > Display > Settings > Advanced > Adapter and changing the "Refresh Rate" setting.
In Windows* 2000, this can be adjusted by going to Start > Settings > Control Panel > Display > Settings > Advanced > Monitor and changing the "Refresh Frequency" setting.
If the refresh rate remains too low, verify that the correct monitor driver is installed. This can be determined by going to Start > Settings > Control Panel > Display > Settings > Advanced > Monitor. This tab should say either "Plug and Play Monitor" or it should have the manufacturer and model number of the monitor listed. If something else is shown, click the "Change..." or "Properties" button to select the correct monitor. If the monitor is not listed, contact the monitor manufacturer for an updated monitor driver (or monitor INF file).
| Windows 95 *, Windows 95 OSR 2.x*, Windows 98 *, Windows 98 SE*, Windows 2000 *, Windows Me*, Windows NT 4.0*
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