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Monitor cycles through various colors

The problem is that whenever someone walks across the floor, my monitor fades from white to blue to green. I have checked and double checked all the connections thinking it might be that one of them were loose, but it still continues to cycle through the above mentioned colors.

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Sounds like some sort of static effecting it but i doubt it, youve checked your'e wires but if it's a graphics card have you checked the card it may need re-seating, also check connectors for bent pins.

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