Question about Computers & Internet
I doubt if this is related to the software you installed.
Check the video lead that runs from the PC to the monitor.
Sometimes the insulation becomes damaged or the wires break.
With the computer on gently wiggle the lead around at one end or the other while watching the monitor, if the colour flickers then you have found the location of the fault.
Also check the plugs are in firmly.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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