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Image color resultion is completely off i cant view images proper

Any images that appear are viewed in what seems like negative exposure

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  • pbeck May 11, 2010

    have you tried: Ctrl opt cmd 8

  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    Is your whole screen gone to white on black? There is an option to do that in the Universal Access Preference Pane; perhaps that needs to be unchecked.

  • JG1977
    JG1977 May 11, 2010

    have you tried system preferences/displays/
    then check to see the surrent display setting?


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Hey,  First go ahead and restart the computer to see if the problem persist.  Then if it does.... Have you done any changes to the Dispay settings?  If you have the hardware utilities disk, insert that in the cd and restart. It will run a system check on all video components in the process.  This will help to determine if its a display defect or a software issue.
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