I have a Balance CM2017.. Love it.. A couple of days ago, when i turned ir on, the appearance was definately wrong.. Aftewr opening and closing programs, i have come to the conclusion that it's "extra green" For example, click start, run, type in "calc" that brings up your calculator.. On other computers, the calc's panel color is desert sand.. My Balance monitor is severely tinged green.. I just noticed that as the hours go by, the green is becomming more pronounced..
So anyway, I paid $279 for it and I like it and I want to create/or keep American jobs, is it possible to get it repaired for $150 or less?
Nvidia control panel has adjustments for the color settings similar to the old color tv sets three controls. The controls come from your Nvidia control panel on your computer and not on the monitor itself. Chuck Housecall101@aol.com
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As a workaround, simply get yourself a switchmode power supply that has the spec's 19 V DC @ 3 Amps, now, carefully cut of the end of the "Old" Power Jack, and the end off the "New" power jack, and Join up the wires, usually the "Inner" one is Positive, +, and the "Outer", or shield, is Usually negative, -, If you have a meter this should be used to check, connections. Otherwise just ensure you are correct. That should get you going, even if you cannot find an original, in fact, you may even find, that the PSU, you get has "Multi-way" changeable ends.
The most likely reason why you cannot change the screen resolution and a higher bit color is the incorrect video driver was installed on the computer.
Go into Control Panel - Display, click on Settings - Advance - Adapter. If the adapter is Generic VGA driver then you need to install the correct.
You need to identify the video card and install the correct Windows version of the video card driver.
If your power cord plugs in to the back of the monitor, then you can find one just about anywhere that computer stuff is sold, like Radio Shack and Wal-Mart. You might be able to be able to get one free from a locally owned computer repair place as they most likely have extras lying around. Doesn't hurt to call and tell them you need one. If you have to buy one, they aren't expensive, usually 5 or $10. Please let me know how it turns out!