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From: Sarah on 11/20/2003
My monitor, Hewlett Packard A4033A 21 inch has this green hue when we open any screen that is supposed to be white (ie: messenger, google home or outlook express) and I was wondering if there is any way of fixing it, or if there is a program to tweak it so it will go away. I run Windows XP Home.
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From: bill on 05/17/2014
thanks, came in to a green screen on my Compac 1720.nobody likes that.tightened up my cable connector screws and back to normal.thank you all
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From: Ben on 05/28/2011
Same but my monitor is built in and i cant access any cables
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From: Jan on 01/21/2011
When I turned on my computer I found only a 6 x 6in a half green square down near the time shows on my desk top.So I have only part of a pic. on my desk top. Anyone now how to get rid of it pretty please ? I have a Windows XP Emachine @ Home. Please HELP me.
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From: Coco on 12/19/2010
Thanks for the connection advice. You just save mu son from getting the yell out of his life.....
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From: dorothy on 11/14/2010
my nec monitor looked like the emerald city on the wizard of oz. totally fixed by unplugging and replugging in the cables!!!!!
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From: phil on 10/29/2010
yep loose cable thx
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From: angela on 07/24/2010
i have a acer lab top. it is 2 years old. and where white once was is now pink. this has happened b4 but has went away. if any body has a salution. pls tell
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From: angela on 07/24/2010
help pink tint
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From: Corey on 06/02/2010
So, I have a NVIDIA GeForce 9800GTX+ Video card, and two inserts for my moniter, I tried disconnecting the connector, cleaning it, and retrying, then trying in the other insert, no luck :| none of these work and my OS is windows vista 32-bit
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From: da on 04/20/2010
it was the cable ... somehow it had slipped out a bit ... thanks all
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From: martin on 02/28/2010
Thanks for the cable connection solution. You just saved me the price of a new monitor.
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From: Carolyn on 02/23/2010
WOW and double wow, just check for a loose connection first! That worked on my LG! My daughter (my computer wiz) tried all the other things but did not do this and unbelievealby it worked! Thanks I was throwing this one out as soon as I could get to a store.
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From: Maine on 12/19/2009
Today i had a pink tint to my lcd monitor i thought for sure something was fried but it just ended up being a lose connector thanks guys for your help
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From: ben on 07/31/2009
hey everyone the people who said to adjust your cables are correct i had the same problem and i just fixed it by attatching the cables better.
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From: Bob on 06/17/2009
I went into my display properties, clicked on "settings" and changed my display colors from 256 to "True color 24 bit". That took care of it, for me at least. GL.
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From: Matt on 12/14/2008
@ David J

Did what you said about the color temp and it fixed it. I would never have thought. Thanks!

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From: Don on 01/29/2008
First step, check for a loose monitor cord! Thank you, thank you to thread posted on OpenTechSupport.net.
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From: Pablo on 09/05/2007
Changing the monitor cord worked for me that I had the same issue.
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From: Nick on 11/09/2005
me to I put a ram card in and that happend. I run Windows XP to.
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From: t.j. on 07/18/2005
I have an IMB thinkpad that loads with a green screen (possibly to save battery by darkening the screen?), it goes away when i put the laptop into standby mode. i myself am looking for a solution to get rid of the problem altogether because i hate having to go into standby to make the screen look normal. i think it has something to do with some kooky gamma loader that comes on during startup.
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From: john on 06/25/2005
Hi Sara

I was wondering how did you get your monitor to run on XP, I got one from my friends, works will with UNIX but isn't working with XP

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From: david j. on 04/07/2004
I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM. MY MONITOR IS A DIGIVIEW WHICH HAS CONTROL BUTTONS. THERE IS A SETTING CALLED COLOR TEMPERATURE. I CHANGED THE SETTING FROM 6550K TO 9300K. PROBLEM SOLVED!
IF THIS FIXES YOUR PROBLEM PLEASE POST A REPLY.
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From: Jack on 12/21/2003
Probably a bad monitor cord. Try moving the cord around.
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From: Dave on 12/19/2003
Same thing happened to me.... NEC accusync 70 monitor. on Windows XP home... any idea on how to fix this anyone?
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