Question about Princeton Digital VL2018W Monitor
I have dual monitors set up. I came in one morning and one of them is green. Every program I run is seen in green. When I transfer the program over to the other monitor it changes to a white background. How can I get rid of the green? I have already tried to reset to factory installation with no luck.
I have an issue with my screen being green and it doesnt matter on what computer or vid card I use...or VGA or DVI inputs. This monitor also doesn't "blend" colors well. Is there a simple fix for this or is this a transistor problem?
Posted on Apr 26, 2008
Isolate whether the problem is with the monitor or the cable and video card. Try swapping the cables between the two monitors. If the other monitor now turns green then the issue is definitely with the cable and/or video card In this case try replacing the "green" cable. Sometimes a pin or two in the connector will get bent or lose connectivity with a change of temperature in the environment or the pets/children decide to yank on them. Make sure there are no breaks in the cable. Check both card socket and monitor socket for any blockages or shorts. If replacing the "green" cable doesn't help, then it's probably an issue with the video card itself in which case, you'll need a replacement.
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
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