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Monitor image is "posterized"...red,yello, blk and white only

17" Graphite Apple Sudio Display..my 5 year old was "clicking" on stuff for good 15 minutes. When I caught him about 50 windows were open so I proceeded to shut them all only to reveal that all icons and my desktop photo was now "posterized" (made up of only "red, yello, black and white..) For a second on restart the full images come up and then switch to this altered state. I ran hardware test and the monitor passed. I checked display settings and they appear to be normal. I'm lost.

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  • nbikoff Oct 09, 2007

    Could you be more layperson friendly in the response? I'm not sure what I need to physically do to fix this. Open the tower and check the connections?

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Could your son have modified the desktop 'appearance' settings?

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You have defective RGB circuit, or re solder all CRT Board maybe you have lost contact at the RGB CRT Board. RGB means red, green, blue. CRT means Cathode Ray Tube.

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    carlos fernandez Jr. Oct 09, 2007

    ok are you aware in electronics repairing? if not you have to find a qualified technician to fixed your problem!!!

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1
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2
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12 Volt Reference

3
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16
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--
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18
RED
1226
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19
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20
ORN
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23
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24
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26
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28
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1669
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28
TAN
413
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29
TAN/WHT
1653
HO2S Low Signal [- Bank 1 Sensor 1]

29
TAN
413
HO2S Low Reference (Denso Sensors) HO2S Low Signal (Delphi Sensors)

30
LT GRN
1478
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31
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--
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32
BLK/WHT
771
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33
PPL
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34
WHT
776
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35
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48
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36
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37
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38
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39
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--
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40
BLK/WHT
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Ground

41
BLK
407
Low Reference

41
GRA
720
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42
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43
RED/BLK
877
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44
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45
GRA
474
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46
GRY
474
5 Volt Reference (TPS Sensor)

47
GRY
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48
GRA
596
5 Volt Reference (EGR Sensor)

49 50
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51
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496
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52
--
--
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53
BLK
470
Low Reference

54
BLK
452
Low Reference

55
BRN
1456
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56
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57
ORN
440
Battery Positive Voltage

58
DK GRN
1049
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59
YEL
710
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60
ORN/BLK
469
Low Reference

61
PNK/BLK
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62
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63
GRA
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63
TAN
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64
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65
PPL
1670
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66
PPL
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67
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68
PPL/WHT
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69
PPL/WHT
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70
BRN
1174
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71
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72
YEL
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73
BRN/WHT
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74
YEL
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75
PNK
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76
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77
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78
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80
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