Question about LG 22" FLATRON LCD Monitor
First, make sure that the cable you are using is plugged in tightly on both ends...if some of the pin connections get loose the colors can go a little funky.
If Cable is tight try another cable. This will eliminate the cable as your problem.
If another cable gives you the same result it is then usually either a problem with the video card in your computer or the monitor itself.
Try plugging the monitor into another computer if you can. If the monitor is OK on another computer, the problem is then probably the video card on your computer. If you have a desktop, it can be replaced usually, or another video card can be added and used if your video card is built into the motherboard.
If all of those fails, it is likely the monitor went bad. Check if it is under warranty to see if they will replace or repair. If not under warranty you may want to replace the monitor at that point.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
If cable is ok, display card is also ok.but problem is same to same .that mean video card foulty, 1st of all check for dry at video card if no dry replace colour ic.
Posted on Apr 30, 2011
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