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The text on my computer display is too pale and hard ti read.

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Check your resolution of monitor as well as it cable RGB complaint may be. Check the monitor attaching to another pc and see its working properly.

Posted on Jul 04, 2008

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    Matson Kurian Jul 07, 2008

    Please check your monitor and adjust your colour settings and brigthness and contrast.



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Once you've changed this (assuming you needed to change it) following the instructions use the key to "save changes and exit"
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