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Problems with screen display colors

The screen display does not show true colors. Blue and reds are prominant. Is there a way to reset the screen colors to the manufaturers default?

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If you seeing an absence of greens it usually means your connector at the back of the flat panel are not tightened firmly. Use a screwdriver to get them snug. The same goes for the connector at the back of the PC.

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