Question about Apple iMac G4 20" Mac Desktop
Mcdevito75 here, Hopefully it"s just bad cinnection, Check all connections at the monitor and computer, If good, press the AUTO button on your monitor, this returns screen to factory settings. If all this fails, your monitor may be going bad. Take the monitor to A Staples, best but or computer repair shop for a check out. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 18, 2010
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