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    well i went to bed last night and now i wake up this morning and my fucking computer screen is yellow?!?!?! :wacko:

    i restarted it put everything is yellow...or close enough :S

    anybody know wtf is going on?

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    could be that your gfx card has overheated, and melted slightly, happens usually when a fan gets stuck because of dust

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    i see....so it isnt fixable?

    i have tryed to adjust the screen colours but it just stays the same =S

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    open ur comp , clean out all the composants , wait 2 hours then try again
    try with another graphic card too

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    1. unplug comp
    2. move it away from the wall
    3. open window
    4. pick up comp
    5. figure out the rest

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    of course, if you're using a CRT monitor it could just be that the guns arent firing properly.

    in which case you'll need a new monitor.

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    1. TFT or CRt Monitor ?
    2. How long did have your pc on for last night
    3. What Graphics Card have you got ?
    4. Whats the airflow ratio, in your PC

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    Originally posted by giga
    1. unplug comp
    2. move it away from the wall
    3. open window
    4. pick up comp
    5. figure out the rest
    this made me practically cry with laughter

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    Originally posted by Daz`+--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Daz`)</div>
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    1. unplug comp
    2. move it away from the wall
    3. open window
    4. pick up comp
    5. figure out the rest
    this made me practically cry with laughter [/b]
    u must be 13 years old then

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    Originally posted by Boozah+--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Boozah)</div>
    Originally posted by Daz`@
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    1. unplug comp
    2. move it away from the wall
    3. open window
    4. pick up comp
    5. figure out the rest


    this made me practically cry with laughter
    u must be 13 years old then[/b]
    i know seriosly who said i was joking

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    UR COMPUTER IS A LESBIAN !!!111oneonenoe

    believe aqu, trust me he knows some shizzle

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    Originally posted by Boozah
    1. TFT or CRt Monitor ?
    2. How long did have your pc on for last night
    3. What Graphics Card have you got ?
    4. Whats the airflow ratio, in your PC

    umm my monitor is flat screen LCD or whatever
    my computer has been on since 9th october 2005
    dunno would have to ask my mam
    dunno

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    That color problem usually happens when the monitor cable has problems. A pin broken on the cable connector or the cable itself. Check the pins or twitch the cable a bit at the connector end and see if the colors change. If it does, u need to change that cable. Monitor cable usually damage at 1 of the 2 ends. Could be the monitor itself too.

    Could be the VGA but is not a common problem on VGA's.

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    my computer has been on since 9th october 2005
    lol, that sounds so much like my computers.

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    here's my solution for you:

    1. find a strong, sturdy, preferably blunt object

    2. place firmly in your hand

    3. strike your moniter with the blunt object

    4. repeat as many times as needed;

    5. enjoy

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