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Auron

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Movies used to run fine with normal color ;) but after I installed new drivers for my monitor or video card they got messed up :tazz: . They seem weak and sort of lit ;) , maybe like if they were running in 4bit color. Here's a image of the messed colors <http://img174.echo.c...messed4wl.png>. I've have tried rolling back my drivers but that didnt work. Please Help me fix this.

Edited by Auron, 28 June 2005 - 09:13 AM.

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samiko

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that might be the effects of the fonts.
you might be using the clear type which make it look faded and light instead of the standard.

if you right click on your desktop and properties, then click on Appearance tab and check your selection, I have enclosed a screen shot of it.

Hope that sorts out your problem.
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I have Cleatype but swicthing back to standard didnt make a difference in videos
:tazz:. Any more ideas? Also is that image viewable?
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Maybe reinstall the driver for your card. Yes, the image is viewable.

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I tried doing that saab , it didnt work.
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