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Display module incorrect for super vgastb nitro3d how do i reset this

Resolution is set at 460 should be 800x600, my color is at 16 when it should be 540

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My computer display is not correct pliz help me its graphic is not well

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Re: display module incorrect for super vgastb nitro3d how...

You need to find the correct drivers for your video card.

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Every time I sign on I get a pop-up saying Input signal is wrong & I need to set it to 1600x900 60h

The operating system is detecting that the video resolution is incorrect for the monitor attached to the device. It is recommending that you change it to 1600x900 at 60Hz. This may not be what you want. As long as the resolution and refresh rate are within the limits of the monitor, you can set it at any value that you wish. Of course, anything less than optimal may degrade picture quality and can cause distorted images. If you have the correct settings, then what may be the problem is that your OS may not be seeing the correct monitor or you may have a corrupted video driver. To change the resolution and refresh rate in Windows XP is easy. Anywhere on the background of the desktop, simply right click. Select the "properties" option. On the Display Properties window, select the "Settings" tab. Then click the "Advanced" button in the lower right corner of the settings page. Next select the "adapter" tab. O the next page, click the "List all Modes" button near the bottom. Scroll down the list to select 1600x900, True Color (32 bit), 60 Hertz, then click OK. When that page closes, click APPLY on the Adapter page. The screen will update. If the screen goes blank or unreadable, don't worry, there is a 15-second time-out and the previous resolution will return. If the screen updates correctly and you are satisfied with the results, click the Yes button on the popup before the selection times out.

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I am trying to download from a CD Flower Paradise for the first time. I get a box that says Failed to initialize direct 30: result_invalid_color depth Please help me I just boaght this and it does not...

Before you begin, see if getting the latest Direct X for your system fixes the problem (you can get it here, just remember to specify that you don't want the Bing Bar in your browser, unless you actually do want it.)
Incorrect color depth sounds like a problem with the amount of colors your computer is displaying. You can try adjusting it - Click Start, then click Run. (Vista or 7, click Start, type run, click the result). Put in:
control desk.cpl,1,4
and press enter.
In Windows XP, click "Color Quality" drop down box, and try changing it (16 bit will probably work, try different ones)
In 7 (and probably Vista is the same), click "Advanced Settings", "Monitor", and change "Colors".

Apr 10, 2011 | Cosmi Operating Systems

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Acer aspire 5516 upgraded from vista to 7 ultimate. icons on the desktop become bigger than before. how to fix it? thankz!

Easiest way to is to click on the desktop, hold CTRL and turn the mouse wheel. Fast and easy.

Mar 05, 2011 | Operating Systems

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I cannot set screen resolution above 640*480 with 16 colors

The new welcome screen during the kernel boot removes the subtitles "Professional", "Home Edition" and "Embedded" since Microsoft introduced new Windows XP ...

Jul 13, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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Toshiba Windows Vista resolution problem

Depending on the version of A100 you have, 1280X800 may be the max resolution for your graphics card. Read the user manual for your specific model to see what the max resolution is, but usually, the video driver will lock out resolutions that your screen cannot handle.
If, for some odd reason, your screen can handle a higher resolution, try updating the video drivers.

Now to answer your other questions;
  • There is no 64 bit color mode; and if there was it would be redundant, as humans can't see that many colors.
  • 60Hz is fine and is probably the best your monitor can do.

Aug 07, 2009 | Microsoft Operating Systems

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A rectangle with sides parallel to the x-y axes and its left-lower corner at (0, 0) is being painted. The rectangle may be thought of as a flat-screen display with almost infinite resolution; initially the...

It would be "cheating" for anybody to do your "homework" from your computer-mathematics class, unless you submit your answer, saying that an EXPERT on FIXYA did all the work on your behalf.

Apr 14, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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My screen resolution wont go above 640x480 pixels,16 colors

that probably the highest ur screen can go unless u update ur video card u can purchase some really good video cards at Best Buy or Wal mart Looking to help u Shaun

Nov 15, 2008 | Dell Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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No color on websites!

Maybe the problem is your video card sitting or resolution check if your resolution sitting is set to the 1024X768 if the sitting is 800X600 try to set to higher resolution if the problem is still the same maybe your video card need to replace

Apr 15, 2008 | Microsoft Windows Xp Home Edition Sp2...

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Windows xp

same prob but it solved
follow the process
1.load servicepack2
2. all driver
and notice that first u have yo install antivirus then

Nov 15, 2007 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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