Question about Gateway FPD2275W LCD Monitor
This is due to one of two things, First the easiest is check the pins on the cableing going to the computer and monitor if its the type that you can change the VGA cable try that first. Sometimes when you move the cable around while its turned on with a signal to the monitor, and the video turns colors its the cable. However there are internal components that can cause this type of problem. If you have a yellowish tent then you have red and green working and blue is the culprit. If the cable is bad YAY! change it but at the same time if its manufactured with the cable molded to the case just go get a new monitor. Typically with monitors if ya gotta crack em open to fix em, its cheaper to just get a new one because of repair costs and you get a warranty with a new one. Let us know :-D
Posted on Sep 14, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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