If all software setting done perfectly but till color problem in your monitor, then need to call monitor technician. It may occur from crt neck base loose contact or bad contact. need to replace new one.
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Re: my screen becomes yellowish..
Have you checked you monitor settings on the monitor? You may try setting you monitor the factory default and then re-adjust from there. Have you tried upgrading your vidoecard drivers?
1) Check actual setting on the monitor.
2) Make sure you are using the proper monitor drivers.
3) update your video card settings.
Let me know what happens.
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Hello Devsi, hi, check your VGA cable connection for loose connections, try tighten it first to see if it solves the problem. the greenish thing is cause by a missing red signal, and the distortion is caused by a missing horizontal sync signal, also check out if there are bent pins on your monitor signal cable. just unplug the VGA cable and see if the pins are in order. if bent, carefully straighten it with a slim slotted screw driver.
well if its during startup before windows loads it could be a bad lcd screen or if its during the loadup it could be bad drivers being loaded...make sure drivers for your lcd and adapter are correct ones and most recent
Hi, Do you have a CRT monitor?
Have you tried to adjust the color on the monitor?
How is it connected to your computer?
It sound like one of the guns on you monitor died. But there is some testing you should do first.
If it is a CRT monitor and it is connect your computer properly.
First thing to do would be to replace the cable and or try a different
monitor that you know works.
To confirm try adjusting the color. If that does not work, if it
more purplish it is the green gun, if it is orangish it is the Blue
gun. That would be cause by a failed gun or driver.
If the gun is gone it is best to get a new one. It will save you money in the long run.
Check the cable for kinks at either end. VGA cables that are bent at a 90degree angle for lon periods of time become damaged. The next step is to remove cable from computer and check the pins for damage. A bent pin from accidental force from inserting and seating connector can catch a pin and contact with another pin or ground. If none of these conditions exist, consider monitor replacement. I would try another monitor to rule out the video card as well.
your problem is in blue color cathode circuit.
as you say that it becomes ok tha5t means
1 cable wire is loose from computer to monitor.
2 crt base loose.
3 loose contact in blue video ckt.
4 signal processor cable to crt board connector loose.(blue wire)