Why Has My Monitor Screen Turned Green?

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If your monitor screen turns green or stays green, try the following to fix the problem. Make sure that none of the pins on either end of?the video cable are bent or broken. If a pin is bent, you can use needle nose pliers to very carefully straighten the pin. If a pin is broken, it must be replaced. Make sure that the video signal cable between the monitor and computer?is connected securely?and completely to?the back of your monitor and to?the video card. If the problem remains after you have made sure the signal cable is connected properly, replace the current signal cable with another cable.
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