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Kathy...have you tried connecting another monitor to the same video card and computer? It could be...
1. Video card defective
2. VGA cable from computer to monitor defective...look for bent pins in plug.
The VGA cable from the computer video output carries three distinct colors...red, green and blue. Likewise one of these colors may not arrive at the monitor correctly or at all. The results being that all colors are incorrect.
I believe that you must reset the colors of the screen by the buttons on it or try to set colors by the software that the product came with it if any. There should be a setting to configure the 4 basic colours like red green black etc. Try to adjust green. If nothing helpes go the monitor back to test it by the store you bought it if there is warranty. Hope that helped!
this type of discoloration problem occurs due to magnetic field near by ur monitor may be due to speakers or some other appliances... just keep some distance between them wit the monitor then on the monitor press menu and give degauss once... i am damn sure your problem will be fixed...
As you are not able to see red color on your monitor means you will be seeing
your problem is that red signal is not coming to red cathode of your crt.
1 connector loose(cpu to monitor)
2 crt base loose.
3 loose or print or dry near red cathode circuit
4 red video output.
5 red signal from processor to red video is missing
6 processor ic.