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Monitor i just moved my computer to a new house and when i set it up the colors on the screen look weird not like they usually do. You can still tell what the colors are but its light colors, the screen looks a yellowish/greenish light color. And when i cant get into my menu on the monitor because its in spanish and it says the menu button is blocked. is there a way to unblock the menu?

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Try pressing the menu button and holding for 15 seconds or more. I have heard this will unlock most locked menus.

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