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Too much white color but other colors fine

Hello!

I have a problem, all colors are fine but there is too much white color. I tried to change the contrast,brightness and to make some combination of all settings of my monitor Proview 700P but no solution. I think there might be some other windows problem or some graphic card setting.
There is no light-blue color on the messenger, maybe this can help you.

Please for help!

Thank you!

Yane

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No no other settings you have to open the monitor one big part called eht will see on that one movable knob will find move it and observe the satisfied picture and stop close monitor

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