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Re: monitor color problem
There should be color adjustments in your menu.
also i don't think its the cable if its blue, cuz, if you was miss just blue it would not be blue. and if you had red and green it would not be blue. some video cards have settings to adjust the color in the driver settings or display properties. good luck.
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You should check to make sure the cable is tight at both ends (back of the computer and back of the screen). If it is, and you've already replaced the monitor, it's probably the video card in the computer. If your computer is still on warranty, I would suggest contacting the manufacturer or the retailer where you purchased it. If not, it looks like you'll need a "PCI-Express x-16" graphics card, which you should have professionally installed.
Usually if you can see a one or two color tint in your display, then either the monitor is going bad or the video card is going bad. If you have another monitor or know someone that will let you hook up there monitor to you PC, then you can look for the same problem on their monitor. If you still see it, then your video card is going bad.
one thing to look for is the cable from your monitor to your video port remove the cable from the back of the computer and check to make sure there are no bent pins. If possible revovefrom monitor and check thos pins as well