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It's probably the monitor either was adjusted or is having a problem.
Use the buttons on the monitor to adjust the horizontal width on the screen...This should stretch your windows display across the screen if you adjust properly. Most monitors also have an auto adjust option...you can try that too.
I can't tell you exactly what the menu options are, because I don't know the buttons on your monitor. but if you find the menu, you should be able to make the adjustment.
This blue green tint appears when a magnet is close to the monitor. Find devices having a magnet which is close to the desktop. This might be the problem. Take devices having magnets away and i guess things should be fine.
You may have case of bad solder joints developing in the monitor's horizontal circuit. Many parts get pretty hot and this can lead to connections failing over time. Or some part may have failed and is causing the problem. If you or someone you know has the skills to do electronic soldering, you could check the solder joints and repair any that look questionable. Otherwise, you'd be better off replacing the monitor. It's difficult today to find a service shop that will attempt a monitor repair (lack of service information and parts availability problems), and the labor cost will be high if you do find one. New LCD monitors are quite inexpensive now, especially if you shop online.
You have to use the OSD (onscreen display) to adjust the vertical height or the horizontal width. If you have an auto button, try letting it readjust your monitor to the default setting. If this doesn't work, find the geometry setting and adjust the hoizontal or vertical manually to correct the "narrowness". If this doesn't help, please reply with your monitor make and model number and we'll see if we can sort it out...
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well it sounds like the color scanning chips in the monitor are going<have gone> bad. If you have access to another monitor I would hook it to your system and see. XP may run, depends on your processor speed and RAM amount, also graphics can be an issue in XP
1.) Check to see if the screen has a peel-away, cellophane type shipping protector on it ( transparent with a rose color tint ? ). 2.) Click Start >> Control Panel >> Display >> Settings >> Advanced. If this section has a tab labelled "GAMMA", you can manually adjust all display settings. 3.) If no gamma control is available - download one FREE ( Dark Adapted ) here >>