[Urgent] Computer screen color change

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shadyvip0wnZy0u

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Hello, it's been a while since i've been on the forums requesting help. Well recently I rebooted my PC and everything's been fine. My Norton 360 program requested that it is to be updated, and as I commenced with the update, my screen suddenly turns bluish, as if my monitor settings have been changed somehow. Now, I am having difficulty viewing colored font and images such as red, orange, pink, etc. in the appropriate color. For example, anything such as images/text that is supposedly red on my screen, now appears as black. It all looks quite dull. I can still view everything on my screen, but it's seems that everything is now "tinted" if you may, and isn't displaying the appropriate color.I tried restarting my computer, but the problem continues to happen even further. My screen is not at it's regular state, and I am once again requesting help from the members of this community. It would be much appreciated. Thank you.
 
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Try changing your video resolution higher or lower. Still the same you lost one of the color guns on your monitor. Its replacement time.
 

techkid

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If you have other software that configures display settings, check that too (NVIDIA, ATI and Intel cards/chipsets have additional settings in Control Panel).

There is no reason for a Norton update to do that, by any means.
 
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