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i've noticed just out of the blue today when i tried playing a movie the tint was all screwy, way too much red. so i went into the nvidia control panel tweaked some things...finally ended up downloading a newer driver in the end. after i restarted the computer the color was adjusted correctly, however, now the picture is all fuzzy. anyone have any suggestions on this one?
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With Nvidia's newest drivers for some reason the default setting is 16bit colors instead of 32bit. Try changing it to 32bit ( if it is 16 ) and that should fix your issue.
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just checked the settings and its still at 32bit....any other ideas?
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Under Performance and Quality Settings > Image Settings > Select quality or high quality.

Also make sure your resolution is the same as it was before.

If you still have issues after this I recommend that you reinstall the drivers again.
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