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Color problems I can't seem to get my screen color right after I mistakenly undid something. This is a new computer to me and I am not familiar with the settings

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Re: Color problems

On your On Screen display Control Adjustments, go to "Settings" and then scroll down to "Factory Reset"
Press the > button to reset.
See the manual or go to for support or a copy of the manual.

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