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Display my display resolution is stuck at 4 bit and it's not allowing me to change. No other options are eevn displayed, only 4 bit and the resolution metr is stuck down at low quality not letting me move it.

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Try going into safe mode and remove the video driver.
To go to safe mode you will need to press the F8 key.
Step one = turn the pwr on and press the F8 about 8 times
Step 2 = select safe mode

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