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My Computer Becomes 4 Color

After I Install Video Card Driver:AXLE GEFORCE 8500GT Ver. 175.16, Then My Computer Becomes 4 Color.
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After I Disable it, my Computer be comes normal.

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Uninstall the video driver in safe mode. Run driver sweeper in safe mode as well, cleaning out nvidia drivers. (download it off the internet, use safe mode with networking so you can access the internet) Now, reboot back into normal mode in Windows. It will prompt to install the video card, cancel it. Download Nvidia driver 181.20 and install it, rebooting when it asks you to. Once you reboot back into Windows, your problem should be solved.

If this does not do it, make sure your monitor driver in Device Manager is set to "Plug and Play Monitor".

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