My Sony PC monitor (15 inch flat screen) has an overpowering orange tint to all colors. Like looking at it through orange colored sunglasses. Tried to reset and have rebooted but no resolution. Any ideas?
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It may not have problem of monitor first take the post (power on self test) to do so you have to disconnect 15 pin signal cable from cpu and power on it will give display without cpu the massage "no signal check signal cable" will appear then monitor is ok problem is in cpu. if no display come then problem in monitor
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Sorry to hear you're having this issue, Josh. To clarify, you can get the proper colors if you set them manually, correct? If so, that rules out the possibility of a screen issue or a problem with the video card. I hope for your sake this is a new monitor for you (or at least one that would still be covered under warranty), for it sounds like it's a logic issue in the monitor itself that prevents saving of the proper settings as well as the distortion of the presets. I would return it if possible for a replacement/refund, as they seem to be a quality product...it just looks like you got a defective one. Sorry I couldn't be of more help to you, but good luck! :)
Follow the following solutions, this should fix up your trouble 1. Turn yourmonitor on. It should be on for at least 20 minutes before you continue. 2.Press the"Auto/Select" button on the front of your computer's monitor. Thescreen will be wavy while the adjustment happens. When the screen stops beingwavy, the faded colors should no longer be visible. Follow steps 1 and 2 if you do not have a disk for the monitor.
Kathy...have you tried connecting another monitor to the same video card and computer? It could be...
1. Video card defective
2. VGA cable from computer to monitor defective...look for bent pins in plug.
The VGA cable from the computer video output carries three distinct colors...red, green and blue. Likewise one of these colors may not arrive at the monitor correctly or at all. The results being that all colors are incorrect.
Take it in for repair seems to me that you have done all that you could to fix this monitor it is a flat maybe worth the repair if the repair is slightly less or more I would consider spending the green on a new one they are getting down in price. Thanks for using FixYa! John
If you have a screen that gets "tints" of various colors on a corner or edge, check that the monitor plugin cable is not near or laying on top of a power cable, the magnetic field around a power cord will cause a monitor to get strange tints or lines in the screen. Option two if the entire screen has a tint equally all over it is possibly the color is out of adjustment or failing - a technician should be able to adjust it internally.
If you seeing an absence of greens it usually means your connector at the back of the flat panel are not tightened firmly. Use a screwdriver to get them snug. The same goes for the connector at the back of the PC.