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Better/higher Colors for ADI CM900?

The 'Color Settings' on my CM900 only has two options: HIGH (24 bit), and MEDIUM (16 bit). I'm used to a much higher setting, but can't seem to find how to do this on this new (to me) monitor. These colors are very pale and 'washed out' compared to the ViewSonic I used for many years, and which just recently burned out. Do I need to get an updated driver? (This monitor was manufactured in the year 2000, and I'm using it on Windows XP.))

Also, there are a number of selections to use in the Color Profiles in the Advanced section. How do I know which one to use?

Thanks,

Max

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Sounds like the CRT is on it's way out. open it up and check what brand the CRT is, if it's a samsung. chuck the monitor.
as good a manufacturer samsung are. they can't make a CRT display for S@#$

Posted on Apr 26, 2008

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