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The monitor on my laptop is pink. I.e., all application backgrouns, start button, desktop icons, scroll bars, etc. etc. It has nothing to do with my "display settings." The pink comes and goes. Can anybody help me?

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It has something to do with the connection between your screen and computer.

Try tightening or wiggling the VGA connector between your computer and screen.

Hope this helps!

Posted on Jun 22, 2009

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