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I just tried changing the film type settings on my S5000. (the blue button, standard,chr, b/w) None of those changed the colors to purple and green. It may be that the camera has a failing CCD. It would be a rather expensive repair and not a DIY.
I'm sorry to tell you, your CCD its death, no human intenvention can fix it, you must replace it, when a CCD fails, it's literally death, you can not fix it, its a very delicated part, and the fail it's some kind of microscopic evaporation or filtration problem, I'm pretty sure that it has no fix. I spend the last year trying to fix mine, but with negative results.
This is a sign of age.
A loose connector perhaps on the screen.
If it still taking good pictures then live with it.
You could try a repair shop- but the likely cost will be well on the way to its replacements price I would think.