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If your monitor is still within its warranty I suggest that you telephone Dell to help resolve this problem
5 Oct 2014 by Radio Fan
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It looks like faulty screen - there is nothing else but replace it.
4 Oct 2014 by P. Knichal
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sorry, mine is fine and I wouldn't know either. Is it in a too hot room? Try unplugging it and then reconnecting?
5 Oct 2014 by rhiannon
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I previously checked on Dell's web site about my Dell screen. It does not, according to the site, work with Apple software. I have had not any problems whatsoever with my monitor under windows 7 home premium.
16 Jul 2014 by Mr Francis Carr
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Can't answer that, sorry, as I don't have an Xbox and haven't tried it.
6 Jul 2014 by Mr. P. Labrow
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is it mac compatible 28 Dec 2013
Yes - I'm using it with my Mac. Works great though you may well need an adapter.
28 Dec 2013 by Mr. P. Labrow
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Hi, Caution advised. A Mac display product is the safest course to follow: Dell is a mostly Windows platform user; and even Dell support would probably state that the two OSs are not compatible. It is possible to make a Dell monitor work with a Mac but it really is hit and miss in terms of an adapter, driver and appropriate cable: not worth the aggravation.
15 Dec 2013 by E M Collins
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