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Hi all,
Yesterday was a very bad experience for me.A very HIGH voltage fluctuation roasted my PC out.The power supply was not working and i was facing troubles with my mobo as well.The biggest problem i am facing now is that my LG LCD backhground has turned blue.I dont know what to do.When i auto adjust it,the black background comes for just a second and then vanishes again.I have also went to customer services but they also failed to fix the problem.Please help me if any one has any type of experience like this
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I presume you mean your monitor?
This can be caused by a faulty monitor cable, its very unlikely (though probably not unheard of) for a surge to kill a few million LCD pixels so they all get stuck blue. More likely a cable or card problem.
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I have checked with another computer but the bluish background is still there.That means no problem with my VGA card.
I havenot checked my LCD cable.Any other suggestions about to fix my LCD
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The only thing you can do is change what you can, change computers, change cables, change power cables, and also change the power to a different plug in the wall preferably on a different circuit.

Past that its more than likely the lcd itself.
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