Question about HP Pavilion S50 (White) 15 in.CRT Conventional Monitor
There are a few things that can cause this. The two most frequent: (a) Has the monitor or computer been moved? The connector may be loose or slightly "off" of the port on the video card. (b) If that's not the case, does it happen all the time? It's possible that one of the color 'guns' is off or malfunctioning - which means, essentially, a dead monitor. A 15" CRT just isn't worth fixing these days. The little buttons beneath the monitor, unfortunately, do nothing for color adjustment - just brightness, contrast, and the usual positioning controls.
Posted on May 11, 2009
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