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If your computer monitor displays 4 bit color and a resolution of 640X480 and you cannot increase the color bit and the screen resolution then the display graphics card driver was not installed or the wrong graphics driver was installed.
Install or re-install the correct graphics card driver.

Posted on Nov 18, 2009

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Stop one mac screen from becoming multiple screens


Mirroring displays the same image on each display.
  1. Make sure your additional display is properly connected and powered on.
  2. From the Apple (?) menu, choose System Preferences.
  3. From the View menu, choose Displays.
  4. Click the Arrangement tab.
  5. Enable (check) "Mirror Displays" in the bottom-left corner.
In the example below. the blue boxes represent each display that is connected. The white bar at the top of both boxes represents your menu bar and is shown on both displays when they are showing the same information.
lion_mirror_displays.png
When mirroring, your Mac attempts to match the closest resolution between the primary (or built-in) and secondary displays.
lion_display_resolution.png
The usable resolution is the closest matching resolution for both the primary and secondary display. If you choose a resolution that is not supported on both displays, OS X reverts to using the closest matching resolution.
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Extended desktop With extended desktop, your displays are treated as one, continuous desktop.
  1. Make sure each display is properly connected and powered on.
  2. From the Apple (?) menu, choose System Preferences.
  3. From the View menu, choose Displays.
  4. Click the Arrangement tab.
  5. Disable (uncheck) "Mirror Displays".
In the Displays pane of System Preferences, each blue box represents a display that is currently connected. The size of each box is relative to the current resolution of the display it represents. In the example pictured below, the larger box on the left represents an Apple 27" Thunderbolt Display, while the smaller box on the right is the built-in display of a 13" MacBook Air (Color LCD).
The white bar at the top of the left blue box represents the menu bar you see at the top of your display. Menu bar placement determines which display is treated as the primary display in OS X. To change your primary display, click and drag the white bar from one blue box to another.
You can also drag any of the blue boxes to change a display's represented location. Use this feature to make sure the connected displays match their real world location when navigating your desktop.
lion_mirror_change_display.png
As shown below, each display retains its maximum resolution setting as they are operating as individual displays showing a continuous desktop.
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lion_choose_max_resolution_.pngPress Command-F1 to toggle between video mirroring and extended desktop
Press Command-F2 to detect displays

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My system was formated, since the the screen resolution is 4bits and it can't be increased to 16 or 32 bits. Please what can I do to have a good screen resolution?


Hello
You need to locate and install the video card or video device drivers.Compaq website should have your make and model and operating system video drivers available for download.

Once downloaded,install them.This will allow you to adjust your res.

Jul 31, 2011 | Compaq Computers & Internet

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My dell pc display is 4bits and no sound assist pls


I had the same problem ...you need to reinstall the drivers for them get them here:
http://support.dell.com/support/downloads/

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I have an meccer computer i intalled windows xp , but now when i swicth on it some colurs missing , only i can see in 4bits, were can i get drivesr to download?


This is the web page for meccer PC driver download and support. If you can't find your driver, let me know more about PC and missing drivers. Larry

Mar 07, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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PROBLEM of color resolution on the screen


Right click on your desktop and go to properties and you will find the settings. If that does not work you need to update your driver.

Driver Install;
Look on the Company site under drivers and downloads. You will have to put in your model first and then the serial number sometimes. After you find your product you will find the drivers and more programs if they have any.
After you download the driver you might have to put it in a folder for it to be stored in. After you put it in a folder, unzip it in that folder and it should have an .exe file. Click on this and it should do the install. If it does not do your install you can go to the Device manager and click on the device and tell it to install or upgrade the driver. Then you will need to direct it to the folder where you have the unzipped file. This should correct your problem.
You can click on my name from now on and I will do my best to answer your question within a day.


Jun 23, 2008 | Intel Motherboard

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Menu display intermitent


display is disclosed which produces multiple visual displays in an intermittent manner which includes a display housing having a perimeter wall which is transparent during visual display and is an opaque mirror between visual displays. The perimeter wall of the display housing is a composite structure which preferably includes a transparent cylindrical substrate which is coated with an optical film and an opaque mask which defines display windows. Multiple visual displays are produced by a rotating display base which carries rows of rotating display elements. Preferably, the display elements are elongated triangular elements having three image faces which bear images which create the visual displays. The triangular display elements are arranged in a triangular configuration wherein the rows intersect one another at acute angles and are carried by the rotating base. The rotating base includes three display positions and each of the triangular elements includes three display positions. A stationary observer would see nine different visual displays and may see themselves mirrored in between and during the changes of visual displays. The perimeter wall of the display housing becomes transparent as the triangular display elements are backlit along their entire length by elongated fluorescent or neon light tubes. When the light tubes are off, the cylindrical display housing is an opaque mirror, preferably, about its entire periphery and height. Other embodiments of the invention include a single row of triangular display elements, and a rotating display base which includes display faces consisting of only a single display element.

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Monitor will not change resilution or screen size.


Sounds like your ether running the computer in safe mode are you need to reinstall your graphics card driver.
If you are running it in safe mode which I seriously doubt then it should say Safe mode in the corners of the screen and all you should have to do is restart the computer and everything should be ok

More likely your graphics card driver is messed up for some reason.
the easy way to update and fix the driver is to go to the manufacturer of the graphics cards web site and download the newest driver

to check what card you have go to display properties, the settings tab , click advanced then click the adapter tab and it should tell you what type it is.

when you know what brand and model you have you can go to the manufacturers download site and download the latest driver set and run the installer. these are only some of most common manufacturers I didn't mention yours just google it.

for intel graphics its
http://www.intel.com/support/graphics/
for
Nvidia its
http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us
for
ATI its
http://ati.amd.com/support/driver.html


wouldn't hurt to do a virus scan sounds like something corrupted that driver and that can't be good or it could just be windows being strange
A good free antivirus if you don't have one is AVG
http://www.download.com/3000-2239_4-10761481.html
hope that helps!

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