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Screen fades or goes magenta fog upon mouse click to new page

My 17" Mitsubishi Diamond Pro 710 has suddenly started to go from normal Window XP colors to a soft magenta hue, sort of a faded magenta fog, when clicking the mouse to go to a new screen. It occasionally goes black too. If I turn the monitor off for a few seconds and power back up, the screen returns to its normal strong colors and picture. I've been using a Matrox G450 video board plugged into a Tyan S1590S Trinity MB. Any ideas? Solutions?

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