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My display colors are not chaning it looks like it is in safe mode

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  • Rehman Ahmed
    Rehman Ahmed May 11, 2010

    Hi

    What is the resolution and colors available in the setting tab of the display properties? What is the OS your have in your PC?



    Pls let me know.



    Regards

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Also you may want to make sure your video drivers are installed, and/or updated.

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