Display monitor screen suddenly turns to pink after some min it back to its normal position.. I have adjust the color setting and hadware accelaration setting in the Windows display setting option, but it is not working.
From booting screen itself gets pink.. so i feel it is the problem inside the monitor..
Pls suggest me any solution.......
If you have the skill for take off the cover,take off the metal shield and cables until you reach the CRT board,have a 100watt light on,a solder hot iron in one hand and a few rings of tin in the other, obviously take off the plug and left it over a few meters,and waited a few minutes to give some capacitors discharge time,.............it's easy !!!
resolder the joints that like dark,mainly see the big transistors,(or IC)that have like rings on it's pins, and thats all. I tell you its easy
okay then you have to "rebuild" your monitor back.
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1Check the color balance options on your monitor. Typically, there is a button on the monitor itself that can be used to enter the Settings menu and configure color. The color balance may have somehow been changed, resulting in the pink image.
2 Calibrate the color system for your monitor through Windows. Press "Windows-X" to open the Power User menu and select "Control Panel." In the Search bar, type "calibrate display" and click on "Calibrate Display Color" when it shows up. Provide your administrator password or confirmation if prompted.
3 Check to see if the cable connecting the monitor to the computer is loose by lightly jiggling the connector at both points. If it's loose, this could be the cause of the display error. Secure the connection and see if the issue has cleared up.
4 Check the connectors themselves for bent or damaged pins. A damaged pin can cause a faulty connection, which can lead to errors like a pink-tinted screen. If the pins are just bent, you can try to bend them back into place with a pair of needle nose pliers. If they are otherwise damaged or missing, you'll have to replace the cable itself.
5 Perform a factory reset of your monitor if replacing the cable has not repaired the issue. Instructions for a factory reset vary from one model and manufacturer to the next, so consult your owner's guide for detailed instructions.
6 Connect your computer to a different monitor if the problem persists after factory reset. If the problem persists with a new monitor, the issue is likely with your video card. If this is the case, consult the card's manufacturer for detailed diagnosis and assistance. If not, your monitor may be damaged and incapable of rendering a properly colored image. Take it to a repair professional for repair or replace it.
control panel,display,appearance color scheme you can change your colour scheme there also you can change other settings settings you can make adjustments for more or less pixels or from the drop down list pick the appropriate level of color range
control panel administrive tools computer management device manager scoll to ports(com&lpt)right click to scan for hardware changes or scroll to monitors + to expand plug and play monitor right
click where you have options to update driver,disable.uninstall,scan for hardware changes or select properties where in the general you have the option to troubleshoot also in the driver tab you have the same options as when you first right click on monitor
control panel,display,settings you can make adjustments for more or less pixels or from the drop down list pick the appropriate level of color range or troubleshoot also select advanced then general dpi normal size,larger size or custom settings
control panel,display,settings you can make adjustments for more or less pixels or from the drop down list pick the appropriate level of color range
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.
Its the monitor. first I highly suggest upgradeing your computer. But the problem is that over time the connection port in the monitor that hooks the wire up to the computer gets worn down and the solder begins to weaken. And eventully a connection becomes loose or breaks and when the cable is at a certain angle or is moved around the screen can change colors. So if you have this problem jiggle the cable a bit or try to find a position you can put the cable in so that it doesent move around too mutch.