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Colors on the monitor are produced by mixing the three "primary" colours.
If the monitor is not producing one of those three colours, you can get "pink" instead of "white".
Fix the monitor, or replace the monitor, or replace the video-card (if using a different monitor also produces "pink").
Video-cards generate "primary" colours (red, green, blue), and "mix" those colours to produce millions of "secondary" colours.
First, try replacing the "data' cable between the LCD and the video-card.
Second, if your LCD works correctly when connected to some other desktop or laptop computer, then the video-card in your computer is not working properly -- not sending one of the "primary" colours to the LCD. Replace the video-card.
Monitors mix the 3 "primary" colours, in various proportions, to produce all other colours.
Mix equal parts of all 3 colours, and you get WHITE.
Mix equal parts of only 2 colours, and you get YELLOW.
1. your computer's video-card is not sending the 3rd colour;
2. your video-cable between the computer and the monitor is broken, and is not transmitting the 3rd colour;
3. your video-cable is not TIGHTLY connected at each end;
4. the electronics inside the monitor that SHOULD be producing the 3rd colour have failed.
Try connecting the monitor to a different computer, with the same video-cable. If it works correctly, your video-card is the problem.
Try connecting the monitor with a different video-cable, to see if replacing the cable fixes the problem.
Try connecting the monitor to a different computer, with a different video-cable. If it still is incorrect, then the monitor needs repair/replacement.
it is very simple, by default in monitor circuit RGB (Red, Green, Blue) tube is installed. and in combination of both of three colors we are able to view colorful image. due to non functionalty of Red color u r not able to view red color in screen, either you replace picture tube or purchase new monitor. coz cost of this tube is equal to monitor.
there should be color adjustments in your menu.
also i don't think its the cable if its blue, cuz, if you was miss just blue it would not be blue. and if you had red and green it would not be blue. some video cards have settings to adjust the color in the driver settings or display properties. good luck.