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waynf

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I have been experiencing monitor problems on my Windows 98SE. I disconnected monitor last week and then reconnected it and after changing my display properties, the monitor has a tendency to have fluctuations in background color on web pages from white to yellowish tint. Also desktop has a tendency to change from blue to lime green. The monitor screen also has a tendency to grow wider and narrower in spurts. Is this a computer problem or is my monitor on its way out.

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Well that doesnt sound like anything having to do with the computer at all to me. It sounds like the moniter is fairly old and starting to die.
Although im not 100% sure on what i said, i suggest testing the moniter on another PC if you can. Maybe a friend has one you can try, or even one in your own home.
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Hi,

Try changing display properties back to original settings and check the cable - it could be a poor connection especially after you say you disconnected the monitor.
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Please close this posting: Problem associated with insufficient ram memory. I removed a program nd voila no more compuer monitor problem. More memory has been subsequently added .

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