Re: problems with my color/graphics bisplay on my system...
If this problem is for the Firefox pls set the browser to select the default font and color for the site you browse, if you have set your preferred font and color pls remove....this should solve the problem.
If this is system related issue , then check your system brightness/contrast setting for the desired clarity and brightness....in case you are not able to then their must be some harware issue that needs to be checked & requires repairs
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This is definitely a hardware problem and not a virus. Flashing red, green, and blue is a sure sign that there is something wrong with the graphics chip, as those are the colors each pixel is able to be. The graphics card is telling the screen to display those colors instead of splitting up each signal for each pixel. If you take it to an Apple store, they will be able to save all your data and simply fix your hardware.
Try running the LCD Bist Diagnostics. Press and hold the key while powering the system on. This will start the Preboot System Assessment (PSA) diagnostics which includes a test for the LCD.
In the process of running the PSA, if the graphics test error (0334 or 0333) is given and the user presses "Y" to continue testing, the LCD BIST will begin. During the LCD BIST, a solid color screen is shown and 5 different colors are displayed. While the colors are displayed, the system beeps every two seconds and the lock lights (Num Lock, Caps Lock, and Scroll Lock) illuminate to indicate that the test is running. This can be used to determine if something is wrong with the display.
While running this test, the LCD is operating on its own, free of the video controller which may be discrete (a video card) or onboard (on the system board). The test allows you to tell an LCD panel problem from a problem with the controller. If the colors are displayed across the screen without a problem then the issue lies outside of the LCD.
well the fixing is easy just repair the windows. ur files that control the display are been crupted repair the windows and if possible then reinstall windows. i played halo 1 and 2 and no such problem occured for me. i even have the record to end halo 1 in 5 hours.
assuming that u r a professional.. i guess there is no problem with ur monitor, it sounds like itz due to graphic adapter..either the adapter on ur system main/mother board/agp/pci/pcie is damaged or itz simply 'driver corruption'.. don't panic..check for driver update/download n reinstall graphic/display driver.. however, 1st make sure that the Screen Resolution (1024x768 or as applicable) and Color Quality (32 bit or as applicable) is correct..from Display Settings->Settings tab.. always better to contact system admin/vendor....