The screen color since the time of booting has blueish tint. Every color in the monitor appears to be mixed with blue.After some time it goes to normal . While using the PC, suddenly some vertical lines appear.Please help me fix this problem. Thank You!
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Re: monitor is blueish
If the Blueish problem appears try play around with the VGA cord and
see if the Colors comes back, if not, try hiting the monitor to
see if the lines and color problem comes bcak to normal. If not your
monitor's circuit board needs some dry solder, it could be the cold
solder problem. Cheers.
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Follow the following solutions, this should fix up your trouble 1. Turn yourmonitor on. It should be on for at least 20 minutes before you continue. 2.Press the"Auto/Select" button on the front of your computer's monitor. Thescreen will be wavy while the adjustment happens. When the screen stops beingwavy, the faded colors should no longer be visible. Follow steps 1 and 2 if you do not have a disk for the monitor.
Make sure the plugs are hard into the sockets, one loose pin can cause strange colour problems.
A faulty signal cable between PC and monitor can also cause colour problems, try a different cable if possible
Try it on a different computer to find out whether the computer or the monitor is the problem. If it's the monitor and none of the above works, it will need service or replacement. If it's the computer, your video card is likely to be the problem.
Looks like you need to purchase a new monitor. If it's too worn out then it's the outcome. I also had the same problem before and I ended up buying a new one. You should not experience that thing if it's new.
It can be due to the effect of some kind of magnetic effect.. If your monitor has the degauss feature then degauss it ONCE and see if returns to normal. Do not use degauss feature more than once in less than half an hour. It can damage your monitor.
if your monitor has color controls try them,if your monitor has auto adjust try that too.if you can test the monitor on another computer try that as well to verify the monitor is causing the problem.if none of this works its safe to assume that the color control circuitry in the monitor has failed and with todays monitor prices it is cheaper to replace than to repair.
Follow these steps to solve the problem...
Make sure that the moniter power button is off.
Unplug monitor from mains ( the auto exit button should flash red after about five seconds and you hear a popping sound.)
plug monitor back in mains.
hold down + and - on the monitor
now hold down power button on monitor
let go of power when power button when the green led lights up
let go of + and - buttons
wait a few seconds and press menu, a hidden menu will appear in the top right
use the + and - buttons to move the highlighted option over the auto colour option in the menu
push the menu button.