Killians: Thanks for the help, but it's not any kind of external issue. I've tested the monitor on 3 different pc's in 3 different rooms of the house. In each test i moved the monitor to the room and swapped monitors for a few minutes to see if it were still blurry, which it was consistently with each computer. I'm boggled because it was a really good monitor before being temporarily decommissioned and wasn't used a whole lot.
Ekaesine: A bumped video card inside the monitor? Hmm. I guess this is plausable... whatever it is, it's something inside the monitor that's causing it. According to what little settings it has, it is as sharp as it can get (yet it's blurry). I could probably pop open the back of it and see if anything is loose. It's a vga so i dont think i'd get shocked or anything as long as it were unplugged. I've opened tons of things in my life, so this wouldn't be too difficult to do. Would it have some kinda adjustment mechanism INSIDE that i could manipulate inside??
Thanks again guys. I'm still stumped though. Those strange monitor goblins are at it.
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