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I have a VIEWSONIC GT775 & the background went from white to red.
When I boot up, the background is white but after about 10 minutes it
goes to red.

Is there a way to remedy this or do I need a new monitor?




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  • JOHN951 Mar 08, 2008

    Thanks for reply Paul
    I was thinking this could also be a video
    driver in my HP Pavilion that needs to be looked at rather than replacing the monitor.

    Is this possible?




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Hi no sorry their is nothing you can do it would cost to much to replace the screen you are better of replacing with a new one not alot of places do this sort of repair as it costs more than a new one this problem is not an eays fix it just costs to much to replace the lcd screen let me know if you need further assistance ok

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  • paul proctor Mar 08, 2008

    It could be slight chance but more than likely the monitor you could try removing your video card and and putting it back in doing this usually cures any problem with the video card.
    Say if the monitor shorted out then this could cause damage to video card but usually the video card should have no problems unless its in dusty or damp environment.
    try removing all monitor leads then take case of computer then remove video card and refit remember to earth your body before touching video card to stop static damaging the chips.
    Give this a try are you sure the monitor leads are correct because this can cause the screen to display one colour but i assumed you all ready would have done this.
    Try switching the monitor on without the video lead plug into the computer then let me know what happens.
    Are you able to remove the video card yourself?
    Let me know then ill assist you further



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