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My monitor stays on but gives a greenish color.its an Hp 19" LCD Monitor. Itried to change the VGA cable and Display drivers but the problem persists. thnks Ronald

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Does it do the same when using it with another PC?

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ladywoman197, 2 things for you to do. 1. disconnect-reconnect vga cable a few times from the DB15 vga port on the pc. If problem (pink hue) persists then try here: http://www.lesliewong.us/blog/2005/05/02/hp-pavilion-f1703-flat-panel-blackout-solution/ Your unit may need some new capacitors installed on the power supply printed circuit board. Read fixya profiles of "budmrtn" "12fixlouie" and also visit youtube for video clips of lcd monitor repair. Do the vga cable thing first!!! Could also be vga graphics card inside pc not making good contact with monitor cable. 12fixlouie

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It's probably the video-adapter on your computer that has a problem, or maybe it's the video-cable that either is damaged, or the cable is not tightly-connected to both the monitor and to the VGA port on your computer.

Connect the monitor to a different computer, to see if the problem "follows" the monitor.

Connect a different monitor to your computer, to see if the problem "stays" with your computer.

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Hi, At the worst it is a blown monitor, but have hope. 1st try a new or known good lead, between monitor and PC. 2nd put monitor with own lead on good PC. if 1st works = result. if 2nd and monitor is same, suspect monitor, however, if 2nd works ok on other PC, then look at ur vid card. Either way, this test sequence should save you some $. Be lucky.

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