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Vga drivers problem

My system is working in 4 bits. i.e. when we go desktop setting -> setting tab it will show colour quality in 4 bits. also i have take my pc into 800*600 resolution. i have 845 mercury motherboard. plz help me

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You need to install the graphics driver from your motherboard CD or from internet.

After the installation is complete than just restart your machine.
It will solve your problem.

Posted on Mar 11, 2009

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How do i get 32 bit true colour on my monitor


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In display setting it shows only 4 bit colour. and colour setting is not changing?


Have you installed you mother board and/ or VGA drivers if not do so.
Other wise update your display settings, be it Windows or your screen driver.

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In settings, I want to change from low colour to high clour 32 bit. Because everything is visible in blurred state. Windows XP.


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Thank you for your query

Please do the following

1) Right click on the desktop
2) Left click on properties
3) On Display settings windo that will open up please click on the tab entitled 'settings'

Inside this tab there will be a option to change the colour resolution and colour quality (i.e. 16 bit, 32 bit etc)

If the screen is in a blurred state you may also need to change the screen resolution

I hope this helps.

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1. right click on your desktop and select "Properties"
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Hello! I have an IBM PC 300PL,its display is only 16 bits medium,i need it to have more than that,what can i do?


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restart ur pc in safe mode
and make resolution to lower settings it will solve your problem

first restart ur pc
press F8 key continuously
it will shows windows boot option from their select start windows in safe mode
after booting up pc
right click on desk top
go to setting
make resolution to 800X 600 and and colour quality to 4 bit or lower
then apply
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and restart pc and it will show your desktop normaly


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dear rdiimeondz,

this shows that the problem is with your video driver or

check this one out.
1. right click on your desktop.select properties.
2.select settings tab.
3.on the colour quality.select the drop down menu if it is set as 16bit change it to 32 bit
and select apply ok.
if still the problem persist then check whether the video driver is properly installed or not.

thanks,

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