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After 4mat bcome 4bit display

My display seting bcom 4bit after 4mat wit xp

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After formating, your pc/laptop need to be install with "driver". Driver is a software in a cd which come along when you buy the computer. iif you have the cd insert the cd and install all the application given. normally when you insert the cd the application will automatically start and you will see it appear on your screen. click the application and it will install automatically.

if you already done that, right click anywhere on your screen and select properties, a panel will open. on the top you will see desktop,theme,appearance, screen saver and setting. select setting and you will notice a drop down menu and select 32 bit.

if it still didnt work your computer might have "graphic card". it also will have its own cd when you purchase it. same method, insert the cd and follow the instruction. if you have no cd please identify your pc/notebook model and post it here.

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