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Answered 2006-07-22 19:28:10

try a different monitor; sounds as if the monitor cable is on the fritz, the predictable problem if your experiencing color changes on your monitor. recommend replacing cable and see what that will do. note that if your have to open the monitor DO NOT GROUND YOURSELF as this may lead to serious injury or death!


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