Question about HP Pavilion dv8000t Notebook
I have a HP dv8125nr laptop and something has caused the basic color pallet to change. I appear to have red & white, strips where I should have a solid background color. It also comes in on the internet windows. The window I'm typing in now has the same background.
I have attempted to change the setting in the control panel on the display settings, but have not solved the problem.
can anyone tell me how to restore the basic widows xp color palet.
I have also tried to restore the system to a date prior to the problem, but it does not clear this problem.
If you have a video card mounted in a PCI or AGP slot, take that
out, blast the slot and the connector on the video card with compressed
air, and put it back in.
If you're using motherboard-integrated graphics, do the same thing as above to all of your memory (RAM) modules. Also run memtest86 from a bootable floppy or CD. If it comes up with even just one error, you'll need to replace some RAM. Integrated graphics use system RAM as video memory, so faulty memory can cause the display 'artifacts'.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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