computers

@tw99384 (260)
Jodhpur, India
January 12, 2008 9:09am CST
My computer colour has turned olive green from default blue. I would like to know what is the problem?
4 responses
@wilmpie (147)
• Belgium
14 Jan 08
if u have an omd monitor then some things on the electronic plate is burned or your cabel (stekker) is not good,look at the pins of your plug and see if there all there or straight if some is broken u need to fix the plug else u need to buy a new screen or if in waranty enter in the shop DONT try to open your monitor yourself. There's a high voltage on your monitor even when it's unplugged, if u do want to open it unplug it for a half day then open it so the voltage isn't loaded on the screen
@tw99384 (260)
• Jodhpur, India
16 Jan 08
Thanks for replying. I could mend the monitor as there was a loose connection.
@chunter (1761)
• Singapore
13 Jan 08
Your monitor is problematic...Probably because its old? Is it under warranty? If its under warranty, you can get it fixed for free... Otherwise you may have to get a replacement
@tw99384 (260)
• Jodhpur, India
16 Jan 08
Thanks for replying. My monitor is just a year old. All the same I could repair it as there was some loose connection.
@ersmommy1 (12600)
• United States
12 Jan 08
Do you mean the background. The desktop color. Or that everything is tinted. IE pictures and things that should be blue have turned green? A lot of things can happen to qa monitor. A magnet can cause discoloration on a portion of the screen. But only a portion. Some monitors have a setting for tint. Someone could have accidentally off set the color. Video board which sends graphics to the screen could be failing. Or the cord that plugs into the back of computer or monitor could be slightly ajar or bad.Lots of reasons.
@tw99384 (260)
• Jodhpur, India
12 Jan 08
What I mean that everything is tinted green. Everything turns green, the pictures, documents etc.
@chunter (1761)
• Singapore
12 Jan 08
Are you referring to your monitor? or are you referring to your casing ? or your desktop settings? etc
@tw99384 (260)
• Jodhpur, India
12 Jan 08
I am referring to the monitor.