Question about HP Pavilion M70 17" CRT Monitor
Just a day ago, everything turned hot pink where it should be white on my moniter
This happened to me on my flat monitor. I was trying to get a photo to strecth as a background and it would only tile then I decided to restart my computer thinking maybe something in memory was awry. When restarting the monitor was hot pink. I tried checking cables they were fine .. I connected the monitor to my laptop. It was still bright white but lost the hot pink. I decided to reset the monitors built in settings and found that all the rgb were set to 100 percent. IM not sure but maybe I must have bumped the monitor when cleaning house or not really sure how it got reset because of the background issue? its a mystery but after resetting the monitors built in settings "on the monitor itself it has buttons on front. It works fine now
Posted on Feb 27, 2014
Check that the data cable is connected firmly, if it is check that there are no curved or brocken pins.
open the computer and firmly press on the graphic card into his socket, close coputer case.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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