I seem to have lost my Green colour on my pc

Zoostorm / G31&n vp series m7;
September 24, 2010 at 01:55:34
Specs: Windows Vista
I had a sub woofer next to my pc for awhile,then one day i turned on my pc and its all in red blue colour and what should be white is a pinky colour

I have tried a new monitor so its not that and i have opened and cleaned the pc and everything is not loose....im thinking it must be my graphics card just want to hear if anyone else has had this problem

Thanks Mark

See More: I seem to have lost my Green colour on my pc

September 24, 2010 at 05:33:12
Are the monitors in question the CRT type or LCD type? Strong magnetic fields can affect CRT (tube) type monitors. There may be a degauss circuit in the monitor. Possibly even a degauss button on the face of the monitor.

Report •

September 24, 2010 at 06:17:58
The monitor is lcd and i have tried on others so the monitor is not a problem

Report •

September 24, 2010 at 06:52:55
I think it's a video card driver issues, if u can't fing color settings just reinstall v-card driver. I recommend to get latest driver from v-card manufacture website.

Report •

Related Solutions

September 24, 2010 at 07:51:01
Have also done that and still have the same problem

Report •

September 24, 2010 at 08:20:01
I can't see how the sub would have any affect on the graphics card. Maybe the hard drive could be affected but I don't think the GPU.

Be sure you actually replaced the driver. If the driver was corrupted and you installed the same version it may not have actually replaced the original one. Remove the driver completely and reboot. Then install the latest drivers.

If that doesn't work then most likely the GPU is damaged and needs to be replaced.

If the graphics are integrated then try installing an add in card.

Report •

September 24, 2010 at 09:26:30
Just a thought here, it maybe a bad socket on the video card, have you tried a different monitor on this system yet?
You may want to place the cord into the socket but do not tighten it down and give it a wiggle, I have seen this problem before

Keep the old stuff running

Report •

September 24, 2010 at 09:57:37
Good point LinuxOS2

Could also be a bad cable, if you are trying the same one with both monitors.

Report •

Ask Question