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For the color adjust on my view sonic VA 721 monitor, the red doesn't seem to work but the green and blue do. I purchased this monitor at a garage sale for not much so its not a big deal, it would just be nice not to have to buy another monitor.

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Just set the monitor on auto ..and it will adjust by itself..after that click right on the desktop ..than properties,,and after that settings in that window...here click advanced..and you will get some buttons on the top of the window..see which one s for the colors adjustments and complete the setting from here ..it is the image driver adjustment ..you can set the color management ..
also you can make thi sdirectly from the color settings in the image driver ..from clicking on the image icon on the tray of the task bar ..

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