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Restart at 32 bit depth color

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i've trouble when my Gforce work on 32 bit color depth. after logging in the windows, then it restart again..
if i change color depth to 16bit, everything goes normal. but i'm difficult to change to 16 bit mode coz before i can open display properties, it restart quickly...

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Use System Failure Settings to Stop Automatic Restarts.

1. Click Start and Open the Control Panel
2. Go to System.
3. Select Advanced Tab and then go down to Startup and Recovery.
4. Settings then uncheck the Automatically Restart.

Try that and see if you can sort it out from there. Hope this helps!

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