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Lcd monitor looks like pic negative

All of a sudden my monitor looks like a negative of a photo tried it on another computer same thing it is a proview 19"wide

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Make sure the cables are pushed in all the way and tighten. On pick that is out of place can distort color correction. also try reseting the monitor to factory settings.

Posted on Jul 23, 2007

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