I have swirls on my monitor. They are usually blue in color. They seem to be contained within windows or different areas on the computer. In other words, they do not cross from one button, window, etc. to another. The green start button has a blue swirls in it as does the clock.
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Follow the following solutions, this should fix up your trouble 1. Turn yourmonitor on. It should be on for at least 20 minutes before you continue. 2.Press the"Auto/Select" button on the front of your computer's monitor. Thescreen will be wavy while the adjustment happens. When the screen stops beingwavy, the faded colors should no longer be visible. Follow steps 1 and 2 if you do not have a disk for the monitor.
To troubleshoot this, you must first start with the obvious. Check your cable connections/try replacing the cable. If this does not work you should then check the color settings in the tv. If that still does not work you can try connecting your laptop to a different monitor/tv. If the color shows up with the same problem, you know the issue is contained within the computer itself. Possibly bad VGA/HDMI Port or color management settings.
Verify the cables and the connector pins of your monitor, at both cable ends. Ensure the cable is properly connected and the retainer screws are tight. A primary color's disappearance on a (S)VGA monitor is usually caused by a faulty contact in the connector (if you can, verify the cable also by switching with another PC's).
There are several reasons for this most likely is the vga cable from the video port has undergone stress (sharp bending or crushing) this damages the cables inside and causes one or more of the colors to not display, usually red and or blue. odd it seems the green always is left unharmed when I see this...weird. If you can I would replace the cable from the monitor to the computer. if the cable is sealed in then you may be able to find a replacement at a service center. and they could replace it for you
I assume you tried another monitor cable as well, if you didnt, it is one of the most common causers of unbalanced colors. if you did, my guess is you have a bad color gun. It's a very common problem. in this case, a trip to the local repair shop is necessary. before you do, you can try pulling out the VRAM and reinstall it. its a long shot, but you got nothing to lose.