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You need to find menu button - it's got to be there somewhere. If you do find it, go to the "tools" menu (show a wrench and screwdriver), then select the "RECALL" option. Press then right and/or left arrow on that option. This fixed same problem on my SVA Monitor
Check the high voltage ballast transistor.. see if one of them is burnt... If none.. it could be overheating when supply with current. The ballast transformer supply high voltage for the backlight inverter..If these were overheating then the supply voltage for your monitor will be unstable.
Check also the backlight inverter (cold cathode light) if it is busted.. the function of this backlight inverter is to give display image on the screen.. If these were busted then what you will be seeing is black on your screen. You can also replace this.
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It's not a "windows" problem. At the bottom of your monitor there should be a 'menu' button. Push the button and use the up and down, right and left arrows on your keyboard to scroll to color. Get the "red" color and adjust it down. You can also scroll through to 'contrast' and adjust that. You don't need to pay a bunch of bucks to have this fixed.