It seems that problem that ur facing is manly related to drivers but try booting into safe mode and incase ur screen look normal in it try installing the driver from support.dell.com.or check in bios and check the screen in case ur screen is still bad then contact dell
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You most likely have a bad LCD panel on your laptop, and to verify that is the problem, connect up a desktop monitor to the external VGA connector, and toggle to the external display. If it has a good display on the external monitor, you have a bad LCD panel. If the color band is still showing up on another monitor, you have big problems!
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Hello Adam, try replacing your signal cable. the signal cable has 3 color wires, 1 for red, 1 for blue, and 1 for green, the green wire is cut off, due to stress of twisting and pulling. find one on ebay. thats it.
Hi, I know of three of your colors which may be the following.
green...Soud (use this for your Dragon sound)
pink......Mic (this will be use for your Dragon connection mic.)
let me know if it worked.
If you have a LCD-screen, not an old-style CRT-screen, it is the data-cable, and its connections, that are not transmitting one of the 3 "primary" colours, e.g., mix red & blue & green to get white,
but mix only two of those colours, and you could get pink,
because the mixing is an "additive" process.
If you mix NONE of the 3 primary colours, you should get BLACK.
If you see GREEN, you're seeing ONE of the primary colours.
sounds like the linear adjustment is out of whack.....most projection type tvs, projection, lcd, plasma, have to be correctly aligned so that the color grids overlap each other to properly display the correct hue being created. you'd need the service code to re-adjust it, or have it serviced. also possible that one of the color grids is bad, but if you have all three (red,blue,green) colors showing on the entire screen area i would doubt it
Using the on screen menu, check the hue or wall color settings.
Varies the color level from +/- green to +/-blue. The red level is used as reference. This adjustment is only valid for
Video, Component and TV standard inputs (not valid for RGB and DVI digital).
Using the Wall Color Correction [Wall Color]
This function allows for quick adaptive color correction in applications where the screen material is not white.
The following nine options are available.
• OFF • Blackboard
• Blackboard (Gray) • Light yellow
• Light green • Light blue
• Sky blue • Light rose
You might have "color filter" settings. Turn the digital filters off. Here is what manual at p72 says.
"You can take pictures using digital filters. The filters consist of color filters such as red, blue and green, a soft filter that produces a fuzzy effect. Color filters Eight colors, black-and-white, sepia, red, pink, violet, blue, green and yellow, are provided for the color filters. When you select a color filter in the Digital Filter mode, the display on the LCD monitor is filtered with the selected color, and the pictures are taken in that color."