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    graphics ghosting

    I've recently added a second monitor to my system and I, of course, had to reconfigure some things. In the past, I experienced some ghosting on the screen (e.g. I could see several light shadows of the cursor in a terminal window to the right of the actual terminal).

    I eliminated this in the past with one monitor, but I cannot for the life of me remember how I did it. Now that I'm on dual monitors, I have been completely unable to determine how I got rid of this issue.

    I'm running FC3 (2.6.9-1.681_FC3smp) with an nVidia GeForce FX 5700 w/ 256 megs of RAM. The monitors are a NEC AccuSync 120 (21 inch) and a Mitsubishi 900u (19 inch). The Mitsubishi is the original monitor.

    Thanks,

    Jeremiah

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    Re: graphics ghosting

    Quote Originally Posted by mcelroyj
    I've recently added a second monitor to my system and I, of course, had to reconfigure some things. In the past, I experienced some ghosting on the screen (e.g. I could see several light shadows of the cursor in a terminal window to the right of the actual terminal).

    I eliminated this in the past with one monitor, but I cannot for the life of me remember how I did it. Now that I'm on dual monitors, I have been completely unable to determine how I got rid of this issue.

    I'm running FC3 (2.6.9-1.681_FC3smp) with an nVidia GeForce FX 5700 w/ 256 megs of RAM. The monitors are a NEC AccuSync 120 (21 inch) and a Mitsubishi 900u (19 inch). The Mitsubishi is the original monitor.

    Thanks,

    Jeremiah
    I've got ghosting on a 10 metre vga cable to the TV, anyone here have a solution besides upgrading to a hdmi cable??

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    Re: graphics ghosting

    Ummmm.... just thinking that posting on a 14 year old thread is NOT the best idea. I'm closing this one, so open a fresh thread with your issues.
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