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My Gateway Computer Monitor is faded... I mean the color and the letters and number hardly can readable....It looks like if no paint in the printer...so my monitor screen look like that

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  • KBalaton May 11, 2008

    Thank You for the advice, finally I am lucky the Store where I have purchased the monitor will replace my monitor .No help....anymore I have tried everything ....She is dead....( My monitor)

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My monitor went out. I have a gateway computer. Do I have to buy the same name brand? I not what other brands can I use.<br /> <br /> L.

Posted on Aug 18, 2010

Try adjusting the setting on the monitor, i,e contrast,color. etc etc

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