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For some reason my font seems to fade from blue to black and then back to blue again. The font should be black and I see it on everything I do. I've only noticed it today. My Acer Aspire 6920 is only 4 months old. What could be causing this and how do I fix it.

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You could have a corrupt windows
if you bought the laptop new try this
click start
click all programs
click accessories
click system tools
click system restore


follow the on screen instructions



what this will do:
it will restore your computer to the way it way on the day you bought it or the last time you made a restore point

Hope it helps


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