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WHITE is a mixture of the three "primary" colours.
If one of the colours is not working, then WHITE turns PINK.
So, either your LCD display is malfunctioning,
or the "data" cable between the LCD and the motherboard is malfunctioning (not transmitting all 3 signals),
or the video-card embedded into the motherboard is malfunctioning (not sending all 3 signals).
This is nothing that you can fix by yourself; take your computer to a qualified technician, for trouble-shooting and repair.
this thing happened in my laptop also i got green screen fully then when i hit it behind the screen it was gone but comes many times then again i would hit later on the screen was completly lost then had to replace the screen yous is a starting period so go to a nearby computer service and fix the screen
most likely inverter issue, or somewhere in between inverter and LCD, illumination bets thing to do is to take aprt the LCD frame and disconnect and reconnect all wires leading from the inverter. If that doesn't work, the replace the LCD wires and or inverter.
Since the cable isn't the culprit as you determined by moving the cable around. This leads the problem to be either the video card (built in or not) in your PC or the monitor itself. The best way to test this is to switch your monitor with someone else and see which one duplicates the problem. If the monitor is the problem, the good news is that you can find them on sale for cheap online. I found a 19" for $99.99 and am quite happy with it. The only other thing I'd suggest is updating the drivers for the monitor through Device Manager (right click My Computer>Properties>Hardware>Device Manager). Expand Monitors and Display Adapters. Right click what is displayed and choose Update Driver. This most likely won't be the problem fixer but is worth checking out. Last question...how old is the monitor ?