Hi, 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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One of your applications are changing your color scheme to 16-bit because it isn't compatible with your OS or graphics card. Try reinstalling your drivers, then disabling programs one by one when the problem occurs. For example, games that used to run on windows XP or older tended to change the color scheme and resize the monitor to 480p.
Hello dimash, you must remove nvidia old drivers before installing latest driver, go to Start> Control Panel > Uninstall a program > Nvidia Drivers Remove, Restart Computer, i found newest drivers for you video card, which operating system did you install on? To Change Resolution Go to Nvidia Control Panel > Display > Change Resolution > Color depth : Highest (32-bit)
Click save driver to your computer, install the driver, don't forget to restart the computer. Here is the links.
Copy and paste link into your browser and press enter.
I know this sounds obvious but- I had the same problem, and turns out the cord want plugged in quite properly at the back of the monitor. This may not fix every problem, but, I suggest you check the cord pligged in at the back of the monitor is firmly in there and restart, then if you still get the problem, contact the company.
Your colour issue may be down to incorrectly configured graphics settings, make sure in properties the colour is set to Highest (32-bit). If that fails, you can use a new user account, drag your files over on the new account and re-do your settings and delete your old user account.
As you have changed quite a lot of components in your computer, the only likely problem left is either a dodgy power supply unit or an overheating issue. If a power supply detects it has a fault, it will shut itself off. However, go to your BIOS and search through menus for temperature information (you can usually find it in the power section of the BIOS) and check if the temperature is abnormal. Anything like 75 celcius and above can cause the computer to shut itself down as a safety feature. On most motherboards, you can raise this limit so it shuts down at 80 celcius or 90 celcius, or not at all.
80 is the absolute highest I'd ever set a computer at, because the higher the temperature at that sort of level, the lower life expectancy your components will have.
You may also have a faulty CPU as "compileing and writing DVD's" is very CPU intensive and can be causing the computer to die. Make sure your CPU is NOT OVERCLOCKED. If it is, take the overclock off.