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My new 245BW has only red hues when I hook it up to my Apple laptop through the DVI connection. The monitor seems to work fine when

My brand new 245BW has only red hues and everything is pinkish in color when I hook it up to my Apple Macbook laptop through the mini DVI connection. The monitor doesn't have this problem when I hook it up to my IBM laptop through the RGB connection. What do you think is going on?

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Traded it in for a new Lg monitor... no problems...thank

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