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Toshiba laptop dvd will not work

I can't get my dvd player to work. it keep asking me to set my colors to 32bits

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Click on the Control Panel, then Display, then Settings Tab. Change the Color quality to 32 bits.
If you cannot change the setting to 32 bits then you most likely have not installed the correct video card driver.
To get the correct driver, go to the Toshiba WEB site, then to the support/download page and download the correct version Windows driver for your model laptop and then install it on your laptop.
You will then be able to change the screen resolution and bit color.

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