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Monitor Problem My monitor screen sometimes shows a red tint while sometimes it behaves normally.Secondly, the On-Screen Display is displayed on the screen automatically and it stays on till the system is on.

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    monitor display not working

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There may a dry solder inside monitor or signal cable may disconnected internally move it if display changs then cable is faulty replace it

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