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My screen just turned yellow for no reason. I tried restarting, shutting down, and system restore but it is still yellow

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Screen-colours are "additive" -- mix just 2 of the 3 primary colours, and you could get "yellow" -- mix all 3 or the primary colours, and you will get "white".

In order of "easy" and "cheap" to "difficult" and "expensive":

Check that the "data" cable is tightly connected at both ends,
so that all 3 colours are being transmitted from your computer.

Try a different "data" cable between the computer and the LCD.

Try connecting the LCD to a different computer (laptop or desktop).

Try adding a different video-adapter into your computer.

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http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/xps400/om/WD741A03.pdf



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