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shadow522

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I have an hp pavillion pc with an AMD processor and MS XP. I do a lot of digital photo work and printing. The mx 704 monitor is controlled by a VIA/S3G chip. There is a lot of color adjustments available with this chip. I can't find any instructions for using these controls. I am trying to keep my monitor image constant with my printer output, because the colors on the monitor drift a bit from time to time. I have learned that this is normal and the monitor has to be adjusted to maintain color integrity with the printer. I have contacted HP tech help. Two different techs worked with me and were unable to get me the info I am looking for.
Does anyone out there have any ideas or info on this matter?
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austin_o

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Hi. If this is an HP product and they can't provide any additional insight, I suspect all you can do is what you have already learned and are currently doing. You could try to find a monitor known to have more stable color.
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