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Monitor colour problem

My monitors colour balance seems to have gone wrong. It?s display is dominated by blue and it seems to be unaffected by the monitors built in colour adjustment settings. I have also noticed that the shade of blue changes depending on what is on the screen, for example if a window is maximised the shade of blue deepens. I have tried the monitor on different computers so I know it is a problem with the monitor itself rather than my graphics card. I can?t seem to find any information on this problem and pro-view simply gave me a fixed price for repairing it which is high. Does anyone know why this has happened and if it is repairable?

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  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2008

    my computer display seemed to be showing blue ,green colour but not pink and red colour whats the pro behind this please send your views?

  • Anonymous Nov 25, 2008

    yeah, it sucks.



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I assume you tried another monitor cable as well, if you didnt, it is one of the most common causers of unbalanced colors. if you did, my guess is you have a bad color gun. It's a very common problem. in this case, a trip to the local repair shop is necessary. before you do, you can try pulling out the VRAM and reinstall it. its a long shot, but you got nothing to lose. good luck.

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