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Windows Media Player interface problem


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texasbuc

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My son told me yesterday that the interface on Windows Media Player 11 looks odd on his computer and asked me to change back to normal like it is on my computer. If you'll notice in te screenshot below, the tabs and buttons are in B&W. He couldn't tell me how long it has been this way. Have tried everything I can think of including uninstalling, upgrading video drivers, etc. Both computers are the same model and both use XP. THANKS!

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THIS IS NORMAL:
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Edited by texasbuc, 02 March 2008 - 10:21 AM.

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Just wanted to mention that I got a resolution from a guy on another board. Under Accessibility options in Control Panel, there's an option for "Use High Contrast" that was turned on. Turning it off fixed the problem. Thought I'd mention it in case anyone else ever came across it sometime in the future. Thanks for everybody's help! :)
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