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Hey Atheus,
same problem here (though still on Windows 7). My solution is to start-up with the monitor turned off.
When your G15 shows the time on the display, then turn on your monitor.

19/20 times it workes. the 1/20, I quickly log off and log on again and that does the trick for the keyboard to respond again.

Hmm.. that sounds like more steps than I care to deal with. I just wound up plugging the G15 directly into the computer instead. I have a USB Wifi device plugged into the USB 3 on the monitor which seems to be working just fine, though. Maybe it's just the USB 2 ports that malfunction on boot.
post #1112 of 1298
Raised 2 bugs with NVIDIA for 34UM95:
http://nvidia-submit.custhelp.com/app/account/questions/detail/i_id/840723

When monitor (LG 34UM95) goes to sleep, it wakes up with a black screen and only turning it off and on again will restore the picture. The connection used is DisplayPort 1.2. This issue was not reproducible with the earlier versions of the nvidia driver (353.62 and below). I am using DDU to clean the system when installing new drivers.

http://nvidia-submit.custhelp.com/app/account/questions/detail/i_id/840734

When the monitor (LG 34UM95) goes to sleep for a prolonged period of time the resolution will downsize and all the icons on the desktop and windows for running programs will change position according to the changed resolution. Waking up the monitor will restore the correct resolution but it will not restore the icon and window position. The connection used is DisplayPort 1.2. I am using DDU to clean the system when installing new drivers. Issue is also reproducible on Windows 8.1.

The amount of the resolution downsizing depends on length of the monitor sleep session.
Edited by Sarex - 9/3/15 at 1:00am
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post #1113 of 1298
Just got the 95 in the mail yesterday, haven't had alot of time with it but I do notice some input lag, does fiddling with the response time setting effect input lag? Or is there anyway to reduce it?
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hello, i registered today because i bought the famous 34um95 about 6 months ago, and i wanna ask you if everyone notice the random vertical tearing in the middle of the screen (i've read through the 112 pages and i saw some people only) and if anyone managed to get this problem fixed by lg ? or if all panels are affected ?
i think it's all panels but many people just don't notice it (many people can play games on fullscreen with vsync off and are not bothered)

also the response time (or maybe it called input lag ? idk) is killing me frown.gif( i was knowing nothing about this term but i was using one samsung 2232BW before and i was shocked when i've played a fps game for the first time frown.gif i feel the pain each time i play fps or rapid games :/ (yes i use native resolution and i tried to use the setting for it in the menu) : it's very fuzzy when you move fast or even if you move moderately fast
Edited by tartuffle - 9/22/15 at 3:27am
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Welcome tartuffle! I too had issues with vertical tearing towards the center of the screen. You have two options. First, try setting the refresh rate to 59hz. Second is you will need to contact thier customer support line to make them aware of the issue.

My issue started small, a minor annoying tear every two hours or so. But it progressed to the point the entire right side of the panel would crap out at times. As long as you're open and honest about the issues with thier customer support, they do fully cover replacement or repair. It was a pretty painless process. The new panel I got in mine works flawlessly.
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hey tartuffle. i also notice the really taring in the middle of the screen. but only during watching movies (when they are panning etc.) sometimes i don't get it at all.
i know the screen is rather slow, refresh rate wise, but i got a Benq 144hz 27inch monitor as my 2nd screen (was my previous main monitor) what stats that it has millisecond response times. and i don't really notice any input delay between switching between the two monitors, other than the huge difference in refresh rates.
one problem i did have with my 34um95 was when running it via HDMI, which had it capped at 30 fps. this isn't a problem if your running a newer graphics card like a 980. but maybe try running it with displayport?

but if you do see that screen taring all the time you might have a dud screen, even after trying all the things suggested (switching cables, switching to 59hz refresh rate). whats would be huge bummer if you had to RMA it. it isn't unheard of for these screens to not be dodgy, i talked my mate into buying one a few weeks ago and he had to send it back yesterday because of dead pixels.

best of luck with solving your problems mate
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thx for replies, i think i have found out what's my problem about the response time: is because of the technology used here : IPS, i was used to TN screen, that's why movements ingame are looking fuzzy and blurry to my eyes

honnestly i think i will sell it, 6months and it's still (so much :/) annoying to me redface.gif


Jake yea i use DP and 60hz.
Edited by tartuffle - 9/23/15 at 6:38am
post #1118 of 1298
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thx for replies, i think i have found out what's my problem about the response time: is because of the technology used here : IPS, i was used to TN screen, that's why movements ingame are looking fuzzy and blurry to my eyes

honnestly i think i will sell it, 6months and it's still (so much :/) annoying to me redface.gif


Jake yea i use DP and 60hz.

I was using a Samsung s27a950d 120 Hz monitor with 1 ms response before I purchased one of these LG widescrreen monitors and I also noticed the blurry graphics when panning. However I like the ultra wide screen so much that I have gotten used to the blur.
Check around. I believe there are ultra wide screen monitors available now with high refresh rates and faster response.
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thx for replies, i think i have found out what's my problem about the response time: is because of the technology used here : IPS, i was used to TN screen, that's why movements ingame are looking fuzzy and blurry to my eyes

honnestly i think i will sell it, 6months and it's still (so much :/) annoying to me redface.gif


Jake yea i use DP and 60hz.

everythings a trade off, a ultrawide high res ips display will never be able to compete with a high refresh rate 144hz TN panel display. but you get way better picture quality, viewing angles etc. sadly you can't really have the best of both worlds without spending $$. or it just isn't here yet.
for me i hate gaming monitors, or anything that isn't TN and i even can't stand most cheap IPS displays now. and ill trade response time and fps any day for a better picture. but then again im not that big into first person shooters or racing games that really utilize higher refresh rates and response times.

there is monitors worth looking at what are good ips gaming monitors. acer predator xb270hu https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LTHr96NueA
and this one: Acer XR341CK https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VqsQBeAW8kk&index=3
post #1120 of 1298
Hi guys, I just got a brand new 34UM65 from Staples, probably the last available in Quebec for 399$.

Hooked up with DVI, and I have this weird trouble right out of the box...




I tried another DVI cable, another DVI port, same thing happened.

During boot, display is normal, but when windows starts, vertical lines appear.

My GPU is an Asus R9 270x.

I tried many thing, like playing with the resolution, and suddently, when I played with PBP, display come clear, but only in 1920X1080.

When I try to switch to 2560X1080, lines always come back. And when I switch back to 1920X1080, lines stay on the display.

When I hook the monitor with HDMI, no problem at all.

Do you guys think I have a bad DVI port on my 34UM65?
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