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Monitor displaying yellow tint

From last few days my monitor display suddenly change in yellow tint.

I opened photoshop - turned around - and then my screen had a yellow tint that i couldn't get rid of

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  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2008

    I'm having the same problem with my KDS 20" LCD monitor. I thought it was the video card, but attaching the monitor to my brand new IBM PC produces the same yellow tint.

  • Anonymous Jan 28, 2009

    yep changed video card and now monitor has same yeelow tint...still searching for solution..hope i can find one

  • Anonymous May 01, 2009

    I was browsing the internet, and visited a site when a yellow tint appeared.

    I've checked around to try to fix it and was told to try these:

    ~ Adjusting the 16/32 bit colors.
    ~ Open the tower and using a house fan blow it out.
    ~ Check the cables.

    I did all of that and still nothing.

    I also tried adjusting the brightness on the screen. Still didn't work. I was also told to download this program which they said was free only to find I had to pay for it.




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Hay guys make sure your video card is seated and fastened properly and the connection for the monitor is secured firmly, worked for me.


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Try this. Worked for me immediately, including with PhotoShop

  1. Go to Color Management (in Vista, just click the Windows Orb / Start Search & type in Color Management)
  2. On Devices, select your display (repeat if you have multiple ones... at least I did). e.g., Syncmaster ....
  3. Check the box: Use my settings for this device
  4. Select any and all profiles you have and Remove them.
Check to see if that fixed it. You may need to restart. I didn't have to.

more info, and where I learned about it here:

Posted on Jan 29, 2009


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