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Computer coloring i have windows me and i cant change my coloring it is on 16 and it should be higher but 16 is the only one i have

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It's look like your vga driver isn't installed properly. or maybe you installed wrong driver.
Try to install it again.

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Monitor result change 16 colors


One of your applications are changing your color scheme to 16-bit because it isn't compatible with your OS or graphics card. Try reinstalling your drivers, then disabling programs one by one when the problem occurs. For example, games that used to run on windows XP or older tended to change the color scheme and resize the monitor to 480p.

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System minimum requirements


System requirements never get smaller, but 7.0 bumps them up significantly. All systems need 128-MB RAM (192-MB recommended) with a CD-ROM drive and an 800x600 color monitor with at least 16-bit color (24-bit recommended).

On the Mac, you'll need a PowerPC (G3 or higher recommended) running OS 9.1 or higher (or OS X) with 320-MB of free disk space.

On Windows, you need a Pentium III or 4 running Windows 98/ME/NT/2000/XP with 280-MB of free disk space.

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At 1440x1200 resolution the monitor (719Sw) visualizes fine, but a window appears saying "input not supported". Does my cpu not support this monitor. Its a P4, 32.99 ghz 504 mb ram machine


Restart the computer
2 While the computer is loading, press "F8" key on the keyboard right before the
computer reads the hard drive or press the "F8" key multiple times in 1 second
interval until the "Windows Advanced Options Menu" appears on the screen
3 Under "Windows Advanced Options Menu", using the arrow key on the
keyboard, select "Enable VGA Mode" then press Enter. Select "Windows 2000
or Windows XP" for your operating system.
4 Wait while the computer is loading and once the computer finishes loading,
5 Right Click anywhere on the blank area on the desktop then click "Properties"
6 Click on "Settings"
7 Click on "Advanced"
8 Click on "Adapter"
9 Click on "List All Modes..."
10 We recommend that for 15" LCD's select 1024x768, True Color (32 Bit) 60
Hz or 1024x768, High Color (16 Bit), 60 Hertz; For 17" & 18" LCD's select
1280x1024, True Color (32 Bit), 60 hertz, or 1280x1024, High Color (16 Bit)
60 Hertz, or
640x480, 256 colors, 60Hertz or 75Hertz
640x480, High Color (16 bit), 60Hertz or 75Hertz
640x480, True Color (32 bit), 60Hertz or 75Hertz
800x600, 256 Colors, 60Hertz or 75Hertz
800x600, High Color (16 bit), 60Hertz or 75Hertz
800x600, True Color (32 bit), 60Hertz or 75Hertz
1024x768, 256 colors, 60Hertz
1024x768, High Color (16 bit), 60Hertz
1024x768, True Color (32 bit), 60Hertz

11 Additional Valid Modes for use only with 17" & 18" LCD Monitor
1280x1024, 256 colors, 60Hertz
1280x1024, High Color (16 bit), 60Hertz
1280x1024, True Color (32 bit), 60Hertz

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I wish to change the screen resolution of ASUS netbook EEE PC 1005 HA with 10.5" from 1024x600 to 1024x768+ pl help me what to do


I think you mean 800X600 to 1024X768 or higher..
The reason why you cannot increase the resolution and the bit color to higher than 8 or 16 bit color is because the incorrect video driver was installed.
Download and install the correct video driver for your model laptop.
You can download the device drivers from ASUS WEB site.Select your model motherboard/computer/laptop, and make sure you select driversthat matches your Windows operating system. Please click on this link to theirWEB support site : - http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us

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Have uinstalled arcsoft impressions but cannot get


Arcsoft MediaImpression 2
Requirements
Windows XP SP2, Vista, Windows 7:
Pentium IV 1.6 GHz or equivalent AMD Athlon
512 MB RAM (1 GB recommended)
300 MB available hard disk space
NVIDIA MX440 or ATI 9200 or higher
1024 x 768 pixels, 16-bit color monitor or higher
Microsoft Windows Media Player 9.0 or higher
Microsoft DirectX 9.0c or higher
Apple QuickTime® 7.0 or higher recommended
Internet Explorer 6.0 SP1 or higher

Macintosh OS 10.3.9, 10.4, 10.5, 10.6:
PowerPC G4 800 MHz processor or equivalent (Power PC G5 or Intel Core Duo processor recommended)
768 MB or higher recommended
300 MB available hard disk space (1 GB recommended)
1024 x 768 pixels or higher recommended
Apple QuickTime® 7.0 or higher recommended


Do your PC meet the hardware and software requirement for Windows or Mac?

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Wont let me connect it says display setting to 16-bit,800x600 resolution or higher


That refers to the PC's display settings. Use the Control Panel to set the display settings as suggested; 800x600 pixils, with 16 bits of color or higher.

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Pixels only goes to 640X480


When you cannot increase the screen resolution nor a higher color bit, this usually means the video driver has defaulted to standard VGA driver and 8 or 16 bit color.
Install or re-install the latest video driver for your model video card.
When the correct video driver is installed you will be able to change the screen resolution and 32 color bit.

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My screen resolution wont go above 640 480 pixels,16 colors, and it wont go any higher, and the monitor is set on default and wont change, and i cant change the display settings because nothing will...


This could take for ever .. So check your card.. it rules how big your monitor will go.
you can set it to 1024 by 1024 but if the card is only good for 640 by 480 thats as far as you can go..look up the specs on your video card...

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Pc graphics problem cant slect high color


First uninstall all the graphics drivers you have installed. Restart the computer and install the current graphics driver if required.

Go to display properties --- settings---- color and select the desired option and click "advanced"

on the next screen under "general" ---- "compatibility" select the 2nd option " apply new display settings without restarting"

Your problem may be solved.

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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

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