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Monitor Help I just set up a newer pc to my monitor it was working fine with the old pc but now that i have the new pc the colors dont come in right i tried changing the resolution from 32 bit to 16 bit and it still doesent fix it.

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  • Anonymous Oct 16, 2008

    my monitor color blew off to a pink colour


  • Anonymous Nov 08, 2008

    Mu monitor is pink also. HELP

  • pegalynw Jan 17, 2009

    My enitre monitor is suffused with a bright fluorescent pink light and I can't get it to go away. Help!

  • avegregory Jan 24, 2009

    Used monitor with previous computer without issue. When I hooked it up to a new computer (and installed the drivers) my screen is visible but has no color (a kind of back-light blue).

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I had the same pink problem. In my case when I reconnected the monitor cable to the moinitor,I accedently bent a little wire in the connector. I straightened it out, reconnected it and it was able to mate with it's female counterpart and the pink went away. Hope this might help someone.

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