• 240V computer monitor in US?

    Best answer: If the monitor has some type of power supply built into the cord and the monitor actually operates at 120v or less or if the monitor is "self regulating" and the input on the monitor or power supply is marked 100-240v then a replacement cord might be able to be located, but if the monitor itself is... show more
    Best answer: If the monitor has some type of power supply built into the cord and the monitor actually operates at 120v or less or if the monitor is "self regulating" and the input on the monitor or power supply is marked 100-240v then a replacement cord might be able to be located, but if the monitor itself is marked 200+ volts then you might as well just give up on it.

    Even where 240v circuits are available in the US sometimes there are operability issues due to neither conductor being a ground reference.
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • What is a good monitor for gaming and photo/editing?

    I am looking for a monitor that has at least 1440p resolution, a small response time and a high refresh rate of about 144Hz or more, but I need it to be very color accurate. I was looking at the benq pd3200u, which is a good color accurate 4k monitor, but it only has a refresh rate of 60Hz. Should I just overclock... show more
    I am looking for a monitor that has at least 1440p resolution, a small response time and a high refresh rate of about 144Hz or more, but I need it to be very color accurate. I was looking at the benq pd3200u, which is a good color accurate 4k monitor, but it only has a refresh rate of 60Hz. Should I just overclock it? Or are there much better monitors that deliver all of the things I mentioned above?
    3 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why does my computer monitor not wake up?

    I the monitor keeps saying no signal. The cables are plugged in correctly and the computer is on the keyboard and the mouse do not make it respond
    I the monitor keeps saying no signal. The cables are plugged in correctly and the computer is on the keyboard and the mouse do not make it respond
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How to extend the 3 monitor limit?

    I have 5 monitors sitting around and i can only use 3 because that's how much my graphic card can support, i know i can add another graphic card but this is a laptop so i guess there is no space right? What are my options in this case? Thanks
    I have 5 monitors sitting around and i can only use 3 because that's how much my graphic card can support, i know i can add another graphic card but this is a laptop so i guess there is no space right? What are my options in this case? Thanks
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Does dvi-i dual link port support 144hz?

    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Computer program fails to recognize correct screen resolution - what do I do?

    My computer display is set to 1152x864 (yes I have checked) but for some reason I have a recently downloaded program that keeps giving me the error message "Can not run in less than 1024x768 resolution" and fails to start. Why is it doing this and how do I fix?
    My computer display is set to 1152x864 (yes I have checked) but for some reason I have a recently downloaded program that keeps giving me the error message "Can not run in less than 1024x768 resolution" and fails to start. Why is it doing this and how do I fix?
    5 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • How do I brighten my computer scrren?

    5 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Can someone please tell me how to fix this black bar on my monitor?
  • I have a GTX 550 TI and 3 monitors ... it only supports 2... is there a "redneck" way to force the card to support 3 monitors?

    Best answer: You can add a monitor with: A motherboard video out, if present, and if it can be active with the video card. See BIOS settings. Practically free A second video card, if slot, space, power and cooling for it exists. Cheap. A USB monitor and its software. Moderate cost. A USB external video adapter and its... show more
    Best answer: You can add a monitor with:
    A motherboard video out, if present, and if it can be active with the video card. See BIOS settings. Practically free
    A second video card, if slot, space, power and cooling for it exists. Cheap.
    A USB monitor and its software. Moderate cost.
    A USB external video adapter and its software. Almost cheap.
    A Matrox Dual Head2Go box that runs two screens from one cable out of the video card. The screen width is twice as wide (or twice as tall if you need that). Two monitors should be identical in dimension, input type, color quality, and of course, resolution. Image is not spread in distorted fashion, there is just more screen area. Expensive.
    Another computer's video screen, accessed over a network. Some programs for this work better than others, costs vary, might be good for Windows or MacOS or both.
    The cheapo video splitter duplicates screens. Pointless waste of money.
    4 answers · 1 month ago
  • How can I run my dual monitors?

    Best answer: The graphics card GTX 1060 shuts off the graphics from the motherboard. All monitors get run off the GTX 1060. You did not state which gtx 1060 3gb by brand and model number, or what video output ports yours has. A standard referece GTX 1060 3GB has one DVI Connection, one HDMI Connection and 3 DisplayPort... show more
    Best answer: The graphics card GTX 1060 shuts off the graphics from the motherboard.
    All monitors get run off the GTX 1060.
    You did not state which gtx 1060 3gb by brand and model number, or what video output ports yours has.
    A standard referece GTX 1060 3GB has one DVI Connection, one HDMI Connection and 3 DisplayPort Connections.
    You would use these.
    GN246HL Bbid has DVI and HDMI, and you ignore the analog VGA.
    The monitor box comes with a DVI cable. You can use that
    You can buy a Displayport to DVI or Displayport to HDMI or HDMI cable
    4 answers · 1 month ago
  • Screen cleaning: what method is good to use to clean computer and tv screens.?

    Best answer: The cleaner can be simple isopropyl alcohol that you can get from your drug store. You should not need soap and water, and in fact water isn't always your friend around electronics anyway. Isopropyl alcohol is a good "leaving" solvent (meaning it evaporates without leaving a film) whereas soapy... show more
    Best answer: The cleaner can be simple isopropyl alcohol that you can get from your drug store. You should not need soap and water, and in fact water isn't always your friend around electronics anyway. Isopropyl alcohol is a good "leaving" solvent (meaning it evaporates without leaving a film) whereas soapy water WILL leave a film. Your local computer or office supply store will also carry a type of suitable cleaner in a spray bottle.

    The cloth can be a microfiber cloth but not a regular cotton towel (too scratchy). You can also buy special paper that is designed to be non-scratch on delicate surfaces. For example, a paper towel from a commercial kitchen roll would be too rough, and a facial tissue would leave lint, but a paper eye-glasses cleaner would be fine. Or a camera lens cleaner cloth. Most computer stores will sell you the special cleaner cloth or cleaner tissues in a canister.

    DO NOT use disinfectant wipes. They are not "leaving" solvents and may include harsher chemicals.
    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • How to connect my gamecube to an computer monitor?

    so i have an old gamecube. i have been playing it on my tv. but my tv is only 720p and the picture looks like crap. how can i connect it to my 1080p monitor?
    so i have an old gamecube. i have been playing it on my tv. but my tv is only 720p and the picture looks like crap. how can i connect it to my 1080p monitor?
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • How to turn off on screen key board?

    4 answers · 1 month ago
  • Why does my monitor not detect my HDMI cableS?

    I've tried several cables and none of them seem to work. One was even brand new. Please help!
    I've tried several cables and none of them seem to work. One was even brand new. Please help!
    9 answers · 2 months ago
  • How do you shrink the screen?

    5 answers · 2 months ago