Most monitor problems are caused by bad capacitors on the power supply boards inside. You can open up the monitor and look for capacitors that have bulging tops or leaking/brown residue on top. The capacitors are the pop can shaped components. capacitor Google Search
Try 1. Unplugging the video cord from the back of the computer (and screen if it comes off) and plugging it back in. Sometimes it can become loose and cause a screen to have a abnormal color contrast 2. Updating the drivers to your card 3. Trying a different monitor on the computer. Mind you, if you plug in a differant monitor and the color stays the same. Check the videocards pins on the back of the card. I dont know if you gave all the info on how it became like this, so maybe it got undone and plugged back in forcably and one of them got bent? I Also if the pigment goes away. Plug the normal one back in and if its gone, great!, if its back. Try the OSD settings on that monitor. Still no luck. The monitor is junk.
From what I know, you cannot adjust the monitor at all. If you read the reviews on Amazon you will find that most folks are sorry for buying this monitor. what you can do however is to buy a desk mount (with a arm) and that way you can adjust the screen any way you require. Hope this helps a little
In some cases the unit has heating issues cause the solder on some video chips to heat and the chip will move away from contacts. Re-flowing a chip is what fixes that issue; however, it is dangerous if you do not know what you are doing.
There are some times when the chip is pushed out of a socket set on your board. I have provided a video about the issues commonly found to assist you in making a decision on how you want to approach the fix.
Check the settings for audio volume control on the monitor side. Also, check the individual settings for the audio for applications and system sounds on the OS side. Or call ViewSonic technical support for assistance.
VA2448m-LED monitor. Ensure your cables are connected securely and the input source is correctly selected. Then make sure you are sending a valid timing resolution mode to the monitor. If this fails, please call ViewSonic technical support to help resolve your issue.
How to remove back cover of ViewSonic G71F+. First remove the 3 screws at the bottom , one on each side and one above the VGA cable. Now look for three small slots on the top of the monitor near the screen. From the side opposite the screen insert 2 medium-small flat blade screwdrivers into the center slot and the slot on one side at an angle of about 25 degrees from the top plane of the monitor then gently pry up by pushing the screwdriver handles toward the top plane of the monitor. Once the plastic latch in the center and one side are released move the screwdriver on the side to the opposite side to release that side.
Search Viewsonic.com. The Windows generic driver usually works. If you have a special video driver for your Samsung, it may be interfering. Multiple monitors have to be set up through your display driver. The viewsonic should be available through the device manager.
well if you don't see a lot , your backlight is dead:), easy to repair since you propably get 3 screens which fit when you search for it and every screen is just an oem.... :). except the special expensive once. Take notice if your screen connection is left or right sided and besides get it removed and placed is by unscrew some screw and then comes the uncliccing parts; Use some a sharp screwdriving(with some tape on it to avoid get ugly points).
It's just clickwork, don't be afraid to ruse some strength.