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Distorted colors & distorted sound from monitor speakers

I received a complete computer set-up from a friend...running XP...all is in working order with the exception of the color resolution is distorted....it is glaringly evident in reds which look very blue....white skin tone in pics appears olive or brown....
Secondly....voice comes across sounding like munchkins or chipmonks....
Can I remedy the situation please?

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Dear,

first of all, select the default theme of your pc.
then check the resolution, try to check it with different resol. except recently selected.
have your VGA driver installed properly, if yes, then try to install your monitor by checking it to the destop, right click, properties, -->setting---.advanced---. monitor---> properties and try to update driver and let it install the compatible one..

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Posted on Aug 08, 2008

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Plz follow the steps of expert s4u311, if the problem is not solved then check your speaker are placed near the monitor if yes then remove it. plz remove the monitor cable going to cpu and check is there any bend pin,if yes then straighten it. if after doing all your problem is not solved then remove your ram and resit it.

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