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burnsryan

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hi guys,

got problems reading some text when i'm on-line. you know the text that sometimes appears on pages at the bottom? or a hyperlink....... well it is very faint, and i have to click and drag over it to make it readable? very annoying!!!!

i'm using XP and the problem only arose after i did a re-install.
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Did you re-install the video adapter drivers, or have you checked for updated ones
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yes i re-installed the video drivers. i'll check for new ones thanks
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If you right click the desktop, click properties then settings to see what the colour quality is set to
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highest (32Bit) is this too high?
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Not if the card can handle it, check the drivers then you can always adjust the setting down, click apply and reboot, if it hasn't improved things then go back and reset it to 32 bit, which should give the best quality
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