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Problems After Power Outage

We recently had a power outage. After the power came back on I turned on my computer to find that my monitors colors were entirely off, i changed them back best I could then used the "Autotune" feature. This caused the color of the monitor to have a red tint, and moved the display over to the right side of the screen. Manually trying to move the display back does not work (it says its moved over as far as possible) I've plugged the monitor into other graphics cards to double check, but same result on all my computers. Any ideas why this could be happening?

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Re: Problems After Power Outage

Sounds like the power outage damaged the video interface could be damaged. You might have had a spike that effected the red input of the monitor. You can try to order a video interface, or like I suggest to others, look for the same monitor but broken on ebay and swap out the interface board. Chances are this will fix your problem. Good luck

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