My colors on my monitor are perfect for a while when I first boot, then it begins to flicker and develops a pink tint. It goes back and forth to being okay then pink-tinged. I have an integrated video card that was supposedly repaired by the manufacturer. Before I sent it in, tech support made me install a stand-alone video card twice, but found them to be defective. Well, I sent it in and it still continues to change colors. Can an integrated card be fixed? Or is it my monitor? Please help before I send it off again!
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Re: NEC ACCUSYNC 900
Havent you got a person or a friend that has a puter to test the monitor??? This would be the best way as it could be the crt on the monitor or the crt driver board but before we go there we should make sure where the problem lies. Good Luck
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This usually means the red or green or both primary color module is bad. Monitors come with 3 primary color module controllers and they use them in various combinations to make the other colors. The primary colors are blue, green, and red.
Unfortunately if you have tried a different machine (it could be a bad video card) and tried the cables most likely it is the screen itself. Typically when one of these lcd's begin to fail the pixles no longer access the blue field and you see mostly red instead of the other two colors. In short pink screen is terminal, it will last for a while longer.
This has happened to me before, seems when AVG is running is when it is noticable. After playing with the settings and doing a lot of googling and reading, my fix this time was to update the driver for the NEC monitor. It's working great for now.
I know this sounds obvious but- I had the same problem, and turns out the cord want plugged in quite properly at the back of the monitor. This may not fix every problem, but, I suggest you check the cord pligged in at the back of the monitor is firmly in there and restart, then if you still get the problem, contact the company.