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My display monitor run 4 bit colour only


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My display colour only 4 bit i want to 16 bit or 24 bit solution

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Re: my display monitor run 4 bit colour only - Intel D865GBF Motherboard Motherboards

Do u have video card d driver installlede

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Re: my display monitor run 4 bit colour only


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SOURCE: there is no colour on my monitor.. It is running

Hi Khan your motherboard is a Biostar. you will need to get the drivers from biostar or we can search Intel's website

Let me know if this helped

Posted on Jul 05, 2009

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