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Two months ago I put my Internet service on suspend with Qwest and noticed the same day my Internet connection was to be turned off my monitor colors were different. They were an orange and faded color. All the colors are as they were before Internet was stopped. I figured it was because I had no Internet service. But two months later I had taken off suspend and once again had Internet service and do have a connection but my monitor colors are still an orangy and faded color as they were. I have a ViewSonic 17PS. It is an older monitor. I do have another monitor in my storage room if needed. Please reply, Russell

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Hello,

the problem is not from the internet connection. The problem is with your monitor. The display board of your monitor is defective.

It needs to be fixed before it can display a good color again. This requires a professional touch.

I would suggest you take the monitor to the nearest repairman within your vicinity to get it fixed.

Good luck.

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