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The screen is yellow sometimes it will go back to normal but only for a few seonds what would cause this?

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It is likely that it is the cable connecting the computer to the monitor, if it can be undone at the monitor side then you are in luck and can replace the cable, to test if it is the cable give it a twist and bend to see if the screen colour changes, if it does then the cables at fault

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Usually that's due to a VGA cable issue, not making good contact with the plug.
Try plugging the VGA cable fully in on both ends, Monitor and PC. If that didn't help solve the problem, try inspecting the pins of the cable for any bent ones (might be bent from trying to force the plug the wrong way). You could easily straighten bent pins by carefully using a small screwdriver.
Hope that helps!

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Hi
Properly due to a bad connection to the monitor, theck the cables, or try another cable.

Posted on Mar 13, 2011

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