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Colour adjustment Is there an engineering menu to adjust the RGB black levels (cut-offs) as my monitor is looking blue in the dark areas?

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  • UberHank Apr 28, 2008

    I have the same problem! My monitor is awfully blue where it should be black. It is a pain for normal use and especially the gaming I enjoy. Thanks for any help!

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Hi try lighten up the whole screen - its the "sun" icon and raise the contrast - its the half black hlaf white circle icon if it dont work , give us more details hope i helped

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