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Color shows greenish tint

Only on this monitor, the laptop to which it is connected is the correct color. I didn't, to my knowledge, change any settings, and am unable to change any monitor settings back to neutral color.

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Try a different video cable or make a careful inspection of the pins in the video connectors. Look for bent or missing pins. Your missing a color channel.

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Is the cable connected securely? You may need to check your video card also. You may be able to disconnect the cable and get a red, green, blue icon on the screen. If that appears normal then there is nothing wrong with the monitor itself, it may be the cord or the video card.

Hope this helps!

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Sounds like the monitor cable has a short or loose connection at computer or monitor side.

Posted on May 24, 2010

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My wife just bought a Dell LCD monitor at a yard sale. I checked the connections and the only thing that works it bending the VGA cable around. It looks like one of your wires inside to VGA cable has split. The only way to fix the problem is either find a new VGA cable or figure out where the short is and fix it in the cable you own. At least it's not the monitor.

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