Question about LG Studioworks 552V 15" CRT Monitor
In the screen the red color is not there, so everything is looking like yellow, black and green. some times i can see red color.... on the screen.
Check the cable for kinks at either end. VGA cables that are bent at a 90degree angle for lon periods of time become damaged. The next step is to remove cable from computer and check the pins for damage. A bent pin from accidental force from inserting and seating connector can catch a pin and contact with another pin or ground. If none of these conditions exist, consider monitor replacement. I would try another monitor to rule out the video card as well.
Posted on Apr 30, 2007
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