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please clarify; what kind of operating system your using? text size of what? application software like word or Computer screen display? for windows screen text you can enlarge by entering control panel-appearance and personalization for win7&win8 - display make item small or larger or by changing screen resolution
It sounds like your screen might be going bad. Normally there is no setting you need to be doing to adjust colors on your screen. There are some settings when you click Start/Control Panel/Display to look at your display settings, but these normally just control the color around the windows. For example the normal or default color for the strip that is at the top of your internet browser is blue but you can change it. I would say that when you boot your machine if the colors are not what they should be normally during the boot process, then your screen is going bad. You might try Opening a Word Document then type words such as Black, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, etc. on different lines in the document. Then highlight the word and change the font color to match the word. This might let you see if your colors are true colors or if the screen is bad.
The words "Digital Noise Filter Off" and "digital Noise Filter On" appear on the top left and right and side of the screen and the words " Auto Visulisation" appear on the bottom of the screen all the time when watching normal T.V.(series 5 lcd) and if we make changes regarding in setting in picture option in mode.then after 20-30 min againg it displays same message
I am not sure what exactly you mean when you say "Standby screen", if you mean the screen saver, then go to >display settings, > Screen Saver > then click Preview and while the preview is running, press "Print Screen" key on the keyboard, the image will be copied onto the clipboard, now close the display settings and paste it into the word document/paint.
We call this as "Screen Shot", you can also do the same with the desktop, suppose when you want to capture the image of your desktop, just press "print screen" key on the keyboard and paste it into the paint or other photo editing software and save it. Anything that you can see on the desktop/display of your monitor while the computer is running can be captured in the same way.
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That word Video in green color could be TV's on-screen display as DVP-NS425 has another kind of on-screen display that has track info, time info etc in display. Please press Display on TV remote to turn off that green color Video on-screen display at top right corner. Thanks.