There are a few things you can try if your display screen image is distorted:
Check the cables. Make sure that the video cable connecting your monitor to your computer is properly plugged in at both ends. If the cable is loose or damaged, it can cause image distortion.
Try a different cable. If you have another video cable available, try using it to see if that fixes the problem.
Restart your computer. This can often fix minor software glitches that may be causing the problem.
Update your video drivers. Outdated or corrupted video drivers can cause a variety of problems, including image distortion. To update your video drivers, go to the website of your video card manufacturer and download the latest drivers for your model.
Change the screen resolution. Sometimes, changing the screen resolution can fix image distortion problems. To change the screen resolution, right-click on the desktop and select Display settings. Under Resolution, select a different resolution.
Reset your monitor to factory settings. This can sometimes fix image distortion problems caused by incorrect monitor settings. To reset your monitor to factory settings, consult the owner’s manual for your monitor.
If you have tried all of the above and your display screen image is still distorted, you may need to have your monitor repaired or replaced.
Here are some additional tips:
- If the image distortion is only happening in certain areas of the screen, it may be a sign of a hardware problem with the monitor.
- If the image distortion is accompanied by other problems, such as flickering or ghosting, it may be a sign of a problem with the video card.
- If you are using a laptop, try connecting it to an external monitor to see if the image distortion is still happening.
- If it is not, then the problem is likely with the laptop’s built-in display.
- If you are still having problems, you can contact your monitor manufacturer or computer manufacturer for support.