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Monitor shuts off after about 3 seconds of being turned on.

The colors become pinkish-purple and then the monitor shuts down and the power buttom goes amber as opposed to the blue when it is working correctly. Secondarily, since it is a problem and not operational at this time, can I connect my laptop to my desktop via usb ports? Thank you.

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Replace The LCD they run around 100.00 to 200.00 depending on size and brand, if the computer is new, use the warranty(tell them that the screen does nothing, ever(stick by this and the 2 hour telephone troubleshooting will end quickly) if it is old replace computer, 2 -3 years old is an old computer(laptop)especially when you can buy what you already have for close to nothing or if this never leaves your desk and your computer works with VGA(serial port on back or side) you can buy an external monitor for close to nothing.

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Do anyone have a fix for this problem?

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