My samsung 55v monitor had a problem with its cables.. so i cut the cable n replaced the connector... bt i hav swapped some of the wires , i thnk. pls let me know the correct configuration for the connector connection.... right now i am posting this from a monitor that shows green instead of blue n blue instead of green.... (imagine the windows xp login screen)... its really horrendous... bt im sure its a great experinence... :D
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assuming that u r a professional.. i guess there is no problem with ur monitor, it sounds like itz due to graphic adapter..either the adapter on ur system main/mother board/agp/pci/pcie is damaged or itz simply 'driver corruption'.. don't panic..check for driver update/download n reinstall graphic/display driver.. however, 1st make sure that the Screen Resolution (1024x768 or as applicable) and Color Quality (32 bit or as applicable) is correct..from Display Settings->Settings tab.. always better to contact system admin/vendor....
yes please take the power on self test means disconnect signal cable and monitor will give
display without cpu if display appears then monitor ok fault is in cpu if not then fault is in monitor move signal cable and look display changes or not if changes then cable faulty replace it
i checked your problem and found that you open the cover of monitor and you find the two jack of data cable in main pcb and neck card( 2 connector of data cable).plz you cut the connector of data cable and you will find 8 wires in connector.related red(invild extra ground),green(invild extra ground),blue(invild extra ground),black gnd,white,orange,gold(extra gnd) and now you cut the red wire, you will find two wires.so you refix the main red wire pin no-1 of connector and red gnd pin no-6,green main wire pin no-2 and green gnd pin no-7,main blue wire pin no-3 and blue gnd pin no-8.check for the horizental sync and vertical sync wire you should go in main pcb which invild the other connector. there is present in print, h- sync(two wire of h- sync main wire in pin no-13 and other pin no-5) and ver.-sync wire in pin no-14.first you will check the whose h-sync and vert-sync in color and now finally other wires will fix any pin of connector.
AS hit the monitor on its top the color changes to normal. so what can i do
AS IT COMES TO normal position after hitting that cleary indicates that there is no parts failure.
1 there is a loose contact in or near crt base.
2 loose contact in connector.
3 computer to monitor cable loose.
It sounds like either an internal wire is loose, or possibly in the connector to your video cable. Make sure the connections for your video cable are tight both at the computer and at the monitor. If they are, try a different cable (cables are much cheaper than monitors, always start with the easy solutions first).
If the problem is internal to the monitor, then it is up to you to decide whether to try to diagnose/fix it yourself, or buy a new monitor. The cost to pay someone else to fix it is likely more than the value of the monitor.
Is your monitor by any chance sitting next to unshielded speakers or anything else which could generate an electomagnetic field? You can get some terrific colour shifts with these items. If you do have anything like this put some distance between them and the monitor.
Also the auto degauss coil circuitry could be faulty in the monitor. Take it to a repair shop and ask the tech to degauss the tube and see what difference it makes. If it fixes the problem get him to check the degauss system. Don't try this yourself. There's lots of voltage running around inside a TV. Fix don't Fry