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Greeen!!!!!!!!! ok this is kinda weird problem. my monitor's green values keep changing from normal to some high values making the picture look irritatingly green. it becomes normal after some time though. I've tried alot to find out when the color is changing(i mean with any change in external factors) but i couldn't. and recently i've also seen the red values changing. Im gettin so mad that one day i'll surely break the monitor. one more thing i forgot to mention is that the gui menu colors of the monitors have normal colors even when the rest of the screen becomes green. Plz help me out i'll b greatly thankful for u.

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  • Anonymous Jul 01, 2007

    i've tried degaussing but no use. i knew that last point would help u cuz i too thought something same. so can i do it myself or do u want me to take it to some professional?

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You can try to Degauss the monitor. It still sounds like the video cable is bad. That last part you mentioned about the OSM (on-screen Menu) having normal colors comes from the monitor and has nothing to do with the cable or pc. That tells me its the video cable, or the video cable connector (pins maybe bad) or a bad connection somewhere. There could be a bad connector inside the monitor where the video cable is attached to the electronics board. Sometimes those contacts just get oxidized and quit transmitting a signal. They need a good cleaning.

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