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Help, 24" sun monitor not displaying any red color?

Everything else works fine, i've used different cables to connect, must be something inside the monitor, any ideas?

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Color card is finished. Change the color card

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I would recommend for you to try different monitor, so that you can isolate the problem.

If same problem occur, try to plug in your video card into another PCI slot in your computer. Cleaning the gold fingers of the video card with a clean cotton cloth might help.

Use a blower to remove some dust on the PCI slot.

Or try inserting the video card in another computer. If you get the same problem on another computer, you need to replace the card.

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