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Look at the end, it whould only have one spot where it looks like there *should* be a pin, but isnt. what else could I connect the screen to? Posted by: Anthony | 11/17/2012 at 06:24 PM yes it does sound like a video card problem.It sounds like,to me ATI messed up its driver certification for Windows Vista AND 7 Open CCC2. check over here

it just wont go back to a normal screen.Anything i can do to fix it? But that new driver does nothing to solve the blue tinting. I have a very old flatish monitor (it reads acer al1715 across the top) that I use as a second screen. OK, let me help. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/red-tinted-pixelation-on-computer-screen-594619/

How Do I Change My Screen Color Back To Normal

But I figured that I knew how to fix the pink/purple and could zip through the reinstall of the graphics card quickly. I dont have any spare cables for anything. I already try it in my end. After installing more drivers for ATI Hi Def Audio, and still no fix, I decided to just go ahead and start from scratch by doing a system restore.

Posted by: Supermandisco | 03/26/2013 at 04:19 PM That's great idea of yours. Select Desktops and Displays from the Graphics dropdown menu. 3. is it broken? Blue Screen It wasn't much, but it gave me hope.

Please try the request again. Good luck! Thank you very much! If my laptop screen is tinted blue, like everything that should be white normally is blue...how can i fix this, it is operated by Windows 7.

With that done, the audio worked fine. Blue Screen Of Death Not other graphic cards. Another test is to use the DXDIAG at the start button. Finally after going though every setting in CCC, (Catalyst Control Center) I discovered the Pixel Format setting.

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That aside, is the color of everything "blued out" where you can see the images that should be there, or is it solid blue? http://3dblogger.typepad.com/wired_state/2011/08/how-to-get-rid-of-blue-tint-computer-screen.html I'm not quite sure what h/w based fault would mean (I'm not the best with computers) But I did try the DXDIAG you suggested, and everything came up fine. How Do I Change My Screen Color Back To Normal Tab over to the end tab and change the Pixel Format. Amd Vision Engine Control Center I posted a Help blog on this topic because I found a solution, and it's easy, and I'm passing it on to those who might benefit from it.

Dell Studio screen black video card problem Purple screen effects with EVGA GTX-285 SC video card What Kind of video card should I use for my 30in Dell Screen Sudden Purple check my blog Ask ! I'm so clueless I dont even know what keywords to search for. ('bluescreen of death' is not whats happening here... and now today, when I tried to work on it more, I cant even get the desktop to extend to the other screen. Red Screen

Ad choices Follow Tom’s guide Subscribe to our newsletter Sign up add to twitter add to facebook ajouter un flux RSS Wired State "Everything that was directly lived has moved away m 0 l mushpuppy July 8, 2016 5:07:37 PM I just wanted to thank you guys for discussing this problem; I had the same symptoms, and after replacing the gpu the So system restored, drivers installed, and guess what, no pink/purple problems this time. this content the monitor is fairly old.

Detailed solution. 1. Vga Cable You ignore things like colour or changing the colour of Windows -- that won't help. I've seen weird tints on my CRT when the VGA connector is only very slightly out of position.

the color of the screen is blue.) the laptop still works.

And find a geek help site, this is just a blog. Also, I'm having some problems with the my laptop speakers and wanted to bounce some ideas off of you on that as well. Newer » This thread is closed to new comments. Black Screen But I figured that I knew how to fix the pink/purple and could zip through the reinstall of the graphics card quickly.

Don't try to correct to remove the problem, its to see if the problem arises there. Can you borrow a laptop or a screen? This is a blog. have a peek at these guys The computer booted fine, and everything looked great up until just after the "Starting Windows" screen in Windows 7.

The HDMI Cable wan't seated properly. Try going from YCbCr to RGB, thats what worked for me.5. It's working in Safe mode with Horizontal red lines on whole screen. But I figured that I knew how to fix the pink/purple and could zip through the reinstall of the graphics card quickly.

Be sure to click OK on the other screen before that and exit.   Posted at 01:59 AM | Permalink Reblog (0) Comments You can follow this conversation by subscribing to it would have never occurred to me to try a new cable.posted by saragoodman3 at 10:26 AM on November 30, 2010 what else could I connect to see if its the I'm just one person with one solution for one thing that I've put out there for other people to try, it may help them, too, or it may not. Posted by: Catherine Fitzpatrick | 02/02/2012 at 01:52 AM Hey, I am facing the same problem, but that is in Window 7.

Thanks for this! I stumbled on my solution by trial and error. Tab over to the end tab and change the Pixel Format. On your first screen, go to ADVANCED SETTINGS.

Posted by: Catherine A. I had this problem once a while ago--the red gun in my CRT was malfunctioning, and everything had a green tint. perhaps one broke off in the move? Thank you!

Do you have a private email so I can send you more info on the problem? Finally after going though every setting in CCC, (Catalyst Control Center) I discovered the Pixel Format setting. This solution doesn't work for XP or Windows 7, and if you don't know of a solution for those, you can say so without treating people like they're stupid.