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Make sure that the "data" cable between the computer and the monitor is tightly-connected at both ends.
Try a different "data" cable.
Try connecting the monitor to a different computer (laptop or desktop).
Note that 'WHITE' is generated by mixing all 3 "primary" colours.
If the video-card on your computer is not generating all 3 colours, then 'PINK' could be the result from mixing the remaining 2 "primary" colours.
Hello Sales, hi, try to reconnect the VGA cable from the PC, and wiggle it a little and see if the green tinge thing disappears on screen, if it does there are loose contacts, you can also try to replace you VGA cable, see if it solve the color problem.
Colours on the screen are generated by "mixing" the 3 primary colours.
Of the primary colours is RED.
So, your LCD monitor is not receiving signals from your computer,
specifying the other two primary colours.
Check the data-cable between your computer and your monitor,
to ensure that the connections are tight at both ends.
Try a different data-cable.
Try your monitor on a different computer, with two different data-cables.
Try a different monitor on your computer.
It could be the video-card inside your computer is failing to "send" one or two of the primary colours.
HELLO I CAN HELP WITH YOUR ACER THE PROPLEM YOU GOT IS THAT CONDENTSATION HAS GOTTEN IN TO YOUR PC OR LAPTOP AND HAS GOT ONE OF THE CERCITS WET TRY THIS PUT YOUR PC OR LAPTOP IN TO YOUR AIRING COBORD FOR 24 HOURS AND THAT SHOULD RESOLVE YOUR SCREEN PROPLEM
This is a problem that is associated with some electronic components inside your monitor. Also it can happen if some of the pins on monitor's data cable (that connects to CPU) are bad or the cable itself is bad. Anyway you have to go to an monitor repairing shop.