Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
I have a Windows XP and when I boot it up it does just fine until I get past the boot screen right before the logon screen. The monitor turns to a greenish-grey color; I have already tried to start with the last known good configuration too. I don't know what to do. Please help!
Dear Friend,Make sure the VGA cable is properly connected(also ensure Driver Properly Re-installed).Overly green color means the Red gun is turning off. This could be a cable issue or a component failing within the monitor. You can try and move the cable around and see if it improves.OR
It might be with bad picture tube, but it's most likely a bad solder connection. It may probably turns out that the board connector pins are poorly soldered to the printed circuit board. As the unit warms up, stuff expands and the connection "heals" temporarily.
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