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It is usually caused by a high Mhz. 60Hz refresh rate is ~125mhz. 75Hz is ~180mhz. 120Hz is ~300mhz, and 144hz is ~350mhz (depending on your resolution, this is for 900p) nVidia gives you this info straight away in the control center. pre-2007 monitors are generally not capable of going above 180. If you put it too high, your screen becomes blurry. You ...


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Under Linux Mint Debian Edition (will be the same under Debian or Ubuntu) : apt-get install pdfposter go in the directory where your file is, and type : pdfposter -p a1 original-file.pdf multipage-poster.pdf where original-file.pdf is your existing file to split, multipage-poster.pdf is the new file to create, and A1 the desired poster's ...


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Fixed Size Cropping I'd love to automate this using imagemagick (or similar) and scripting; but it sounds like you want to manually position the crops, so here we go with GIMP: 1) The selection tool (r) has a Fixed mode, for choosing a specific aspect ratio, width, height, or size. The last is what you are looking for. 2) Having chosen your size, click on ...


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N.b. it is difficult to answer based on the information you provided; that said I will try to answer as best I can. Connecting an external monitor to a laptop may not test what you are trying to test, since the external connection is a separate one from the the connection to the integrated screen. There could be something wrong with the internal connection ...


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Sounds to me like you're being cheated. If you plugged up an external monitor to the VGA or HDMI port and it displayed without any distortion then yes, the GPU (graphics controller) is good. If it displayed crazy colors and distortion like your screen then it would be bad. Best bet for you is to have the screen replaced. A GPU fix/replacement or whatever ...



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