Question about Gateway GT5220 PC Desktop
I changed the color from true, to high color. Now its black & I can't see anything
Resetting the BIOS will probably get you back to where you were. If you want 32bit high color get a graphics card that will do that. Used computer shops sell them for $5 around here.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
Here is what I would do. I would go into and reset the BIOS when you first turn on the computer.. If you don't know how , consider disconnectng the power cord , openng the computer ,disconnect the battery for a minute, then reconnect it. That wil place the Computer back into the default settings which may put you back where you were. I believe that one may not set color settings to a higher setting that the computer and or OS can handle.
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