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Color quality I upgraded the hard drive from my other computer from WinMe to WinXP and was successful. however the screen resolution is 640 x 480 and color quality is lowest(4bit). The slider to adjust is not working in display properities. In the advance tap the adapter type has no name: chip type (unavailable) DAC type (unavailable) memory size (unavailable) adapter string (unavailable) Bios information (unavailable) On the Monitor tab: Monitor type is default monitor, properities is greyout : screen refresh rate (greyout) and there is no color management.

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Windows has lost the display driver for your particular card. You will need to determine what the card is (it may say when you first start the machine) and redownload the drivers for it.

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