My monitor displays yellowish color instead of original color
I was working on a program suddenly my monitor changed its color to yellowish color and I am unable to do anything. What is the cause and what is the solution to get rid of this problem? Please help me out.
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Re: My monitor displays yellowish color instead of...
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
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changes on the display mostly occurs because of a faulty VGA cable or a
loose connection of the cable to the VGA port at the back of your PC or
Monitor. But if the cable is fixed securely at the back and the problem
still persists, slightly move the cable's wire segment while observing
its reaction on your monitor. Does it change colors while u do so? If it
does even when the cable is securely plugged in to both the PC and the
monitor, then u need to change the cable. As for the visible display
area size (technically called the Resolution) right click on an icon
free area on the desktop and click Properties. At the top of the form
click on the Settings tab. At the bottom of this form find Screen
Resolution and adjust it to it your requirements and click Apply. On the
confirmation dialogue that pops up click Yes if the displayed
resolution suits u otherwise click No and try another resolution size.
Hope this helps.
The first thing to try is to make sure the video connections both at the monitor and the PC are secure. A number of color image problems are just a loose connection. Make sure you remove the connectors and then reseat them when you do this.
This is due to one of two things, First the easiest is check the pins on the cableing going to the computer and monitor if its the type that you can change the VGA cable try that first.
Sometimes when you move the cable around while its turned on with a signal to the monitor, and the video turns colors its the cable.
However there are internal components that can cause this type of problem.
If you have a yellowish tent then you have red and green working and blue is the culprit.
If the cable is bad YAY! change it but at the same time if its manufactured with the cable molded to the case just go get a new monitor.
Typically with monitors if ya gotta crack em open to fix em, its cheaper to just get a new one because of repair costs and you get a warranty with a new one.
Let us know :-D
There are three Cathod Ray guns responsible for the millions of
colors.All colors are produced by mixing the three basic colors namely
Red Green and Blue (RGB) at suitable proportion. If any one of the
three guns fail firing then we get improper colors.
(1) Simply tap on the monitor and see the result.(Keep the monitor on during this trial.)
(2) Disconnect the Monitor.and Slap it at the back by keeping it on a pillow with the screen facing down - it will resolve the problem if the failure is due to the loosening of the Head due to repeated thermal expansion and contraction.
(3) check the signal cable for loose connection, twisting etc on both ends - at the back of the CPU and Monitor (it is fixed) -
(4)tighten the screws at the backside of the CPU