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Changed Cables on back of computer/monitor

And now it's in 32 bit color. I thought it could be in millions of colors. It feels all giffy. Text is no longer crystal clear.

I use XP and a Dell.

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  • mollyeyres Nov 13, 2008

    I tried it and it didn't work. I think it's more complicated than that and has something to do with the cable.

    I really did like the quick and friendly support I received, though. :)

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32bit is 16.8 million colors - Goto display properties and raise the resolution all the way up (move slider to far right) to fix giffyness

That should fix you up.

G'luck

Posted on Nov 10, 2008

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