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Lcd, display with red instead of black

Hi please can you help dianosing the problem, pc will display normal desktop with proper colour but when playing a film and needs black in background its using red which leaves the picture un-watchable. up-dated driver for graphics card!

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Check the Video cable and try moving the it around and see if the color will come back normal. This kind of problem can be cause by faulty cables.

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