I had this same problem with my last monitor, so I'm convinced that I need a new connecting cord thingie. But then, thinking too much gets me into trouble. What if my video card's going bad? I'm rockin' into year 3 with my workhorse MacPro, if that matters.
Here's what happens. My monitor goes pinkish, then greenish. Not all the time, but enough to be aggravating. A long time ago, with the old monitor, I asked about this and Giz said just wiggle the connecting thingie. That works, but it's happening a lot more lately. The color shift and the wiggling just can't be good things.
And this monitor is barely a year old. Nice Samsung I stole from BestBuy. OK, practically stole. They were having a killer sale.
TIA and AllMyMissY'allLotsLoveLea
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