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Monitor became unplugged plugge in again and now screen lime green

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How do I get screen back to white

How do I get screen back to white

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Tyler Downer
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Is this a Firefox issue?

You are running a very out of date version of Mac OS (10.7). Can your system support an update to Mac El Capitan? https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT206886

If you can, I suggest updating to El Capitan, and then update Firefox to 63.0.3 or later.

Thank you!

Is this a Firefox issue? You are running a very out of date version of Mac OS (10.7). Can your system support an update to Mac El Capitan? https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT206886 If you can, I suggest updating to El Capitan, and then update Firefox to 63.0.3 or later. Thank you!
cor-el
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Did you try to disconnect and reconnect the monitor cable at both sides?

Did you try to disconnect and reconnect the monitor cable at both sides?