Monitor screen LG FLATRON W2052TQ

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sakshale
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Monitor screen LG FLATRON W2052TQ

Post by sakshale » 2011/08/13 19:16:54

I haven't been able to find a working [b]xorg.conf[/b] monitor setting for my LG FLATRON W2052TQ monitor.

Using the [b]xvidtune[/b] program I built this one:

[code]
Section "Monitor"
Identifier "Monitor0"
VendorName "LG"
ModelName "W2052TQ FLATRON"
# Vendor: LG, Model: W2052TQ FLATRON
# Num hsync: 1, Num vsync: 1
# hsync range 0: 30.00 - 83.00
# vsync range 0: 56.00 - 75.00
Modeline "1680x1050" 119.00 1680 1728 1760 1840 1050 1053 1059 1080 +hsync -vsync
EndSection
[/code]

This cured the problem with the first two columns being off the left side of the screen. However there remains a random jitteryness to the screen. It looks good, but it "wiggles" every now and again. Sometimes a lot, other times it is quite stable.

Clues to solving this problem would be appreciated.

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Monitor screen LG FLATRON W2052TQ

Post by r_hartman » 2011/08/15 07:25:10

Welcome to the CentOS fora. Please see the recommendation in my signature.
[quote]This cured the problem with the first two columns being off the left side of the screen.[/quote]
Is this monitor VGA connected (i.e.: analog)?
In that case you probably just should have used the 'auto' button on the monitor to get the screen to position OK.
The screen now being 'jittery' may indicate that it's running close to or even at its timing margins.

If DVI connected (i.e.: digital) I don't know what to suggest.

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