Question about Computers & Internet
Your VGA cable is loose or damaged. Try removing it and plugging it back in a few times.
The VGA cable is the blue one that goes from your video card to your monitor. If it is one that can be removed from the monitor, make sure to disconnect and re-connect both ends.
You can do this with the computer running. Wiggling the cable around should cause the pink screen to go away. If the wires inside are broken you will need a new cable.
Hope this helps
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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