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popple

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So I'm running on Windows XP.

Have had very very few problems in the last few years.

I have recently installed a DVD burner, and not long after that, my monitor started turning odd shades of yellow.

I've checked the power cords and rehooked my computer.

Any suggestions?

Thanks
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gerryf

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remove the monitor cable from the videocard

Open the case

check that your videocard is seated and the screw holding it in place is tight....


reconnect the cable...OK

if not, can you hook the monitor to a second computer?
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