My monitor screen has a blue tinge to everything (most noticable on the white areas but all colours are compromised). Just occasionally the white comes back and I get everything clear again but it doesn't last for more than a minute. Is this fixable?
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Re: my monitor is blue
This could be as simple as reseating the cable connections to the video card. If reseating doesn't resolve, try flexing the video cable the entire length of the cable and see if you can locate a spot in the cable where bending it causes/fixes the issue. If bending the video cable causes the issue to change, then there is a broken wire in the cable.
If that doesn't help, then you may want to look at buying a replacment if the monitor is out of warranty as they are usually cheaper to replace than repair.
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Failing internally, unless you suspect the cable or graphics card? Repairs are possible, but unlike the older CRT monitors, expensive and sadly uneconomical. CRT screens do go over time and the loss of a colour channel is usually the 1st sign it needs replacing
Check all connections to the monitor and try it on another computer. If the tinge is gone on another computer, check graphics card on your computer. If the tinge does not go, the screen is failinga nd will need repairing (but most likely replacing)
Hello Sales, hi, try to reconnect the VGA cable from the PC, and wiggle it a little and see if the green tinge thing disappears on screen, if it does there are loose contacts, you can also try to replace you VGA cable, see if it solve the color problem.
I assume you tried another monitor cable as well, if you didnt, it is one of the most common causers of unbalanced colors. if you did, my guess is you have a bad color gun. It's a very common problem. in this case, a trip to the local repair shop is necessary. before you do, you can try pulling out the VRAM and reinstall it. its a long shot, but you got nothing to lose.