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My screen becomes yellowish..

Recently my monitor screen become yellow while working. and i have checked the cables,but every pins are in good statea. help me out

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If all software setting done perfectly but till color problem in your monitor, then need to call monitor technician. It may occur from crt neck base loose contact or bad contact. need to replace new one.

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Have you checked you monitor settings on the monitor? You may try setting you monitor the factory default and then re-adjust from there. Have you tried upgrading your vidoecard drivers? I would 1) Check actual setting on the monitor. 2) Make sure you are using the proper monitor drivers. 3) update your video card settings. Let me know what happens. Good Luck, Tim

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