I had the same problem the monitor is cover by a 3 year warranty and is uo in may 2009 so call 1800 samsung and the will replace it free of charge they will ship it to the nearest ups store and all u do is walk in and exchange no charge to you but it take 7-14 days to get there
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david78910, First disconnect and reconnect the monitors VGA plug from pc vga port a few times to make sure of good connection at the port. Report back here with results! If that doesn't fix your "pink screen" symptom, then possible bad inverter supply inside unit or the CCFL tubes may have lots and lots of "on" hours use on them and need to be replaced. Yes, you could also have bad (almost dead) switch-mode-power-supply inside unit if "known-good" monitor works perfectly with your pc. 12fixlouie
Put your screen saver to black..let the screen saver come on if lines
are there you need a new lcd.....if lines are not there uninstalll all
graphics drivers reboot your laptop and reinstall this will fix it if
not your lcd screen is on its way out.....NEVER CLOSE YOUR LAPTOP AND
STAND ON IT THAT IS JUST SILLY THINK ABOUT IT PEOPLE I MEAN COME ON HOW
STUPID CAN YOU GET YES PUTTING PRESSURE ON THE LCD WILL REMOVE THE
LINES FOR A WHILE BUT THEY WILL COME BACK.
On your laptop, there are function keys. on mine, I have "fn" near the control key. Then you will notice there are corresponding (usually by color) for the functions. My laptop allows me to change the output of the screen in three ways:
Display properties in control panel (you cant see those though!)
Hook up the vga to external monitor, turn the computer on until it is booted, then close the lid
pressing fn and the key that says "crt/lcd". For me it is fn/F8
This is a very easy fix. Your cable box is not grounded correctly. To fix this you need a AC Plug adapter. This will change your TV ac plug from a 3 wire to a 2 wire. This may sound funny, but trust me on this. I have fix a lot of TV in NY doing just this.