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Screen turns to sepia

My screen is sepia color.i cant get it back to normal color. even when im  on the web its still sepia. i need help.

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The best thing you can do with a Mac that is having "trouble" is to do an archive and install, one of the install options on the Mac OS X DVD. The instructions and more information are in the following AppleCare tech note. If you have any further questions, please feel free to write back.
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