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Computer crashed, now colors are horrible - need driver?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Jia76, Apr 17, 2004.

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  1. Jia76

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    I had Windows 2000 Professional, computer crashed the other day. Somoeone intalled Windows 98, because we didnt' have a disk for Windows 2000, since I bought the computer used. I had to get the computer back from him earlier b/c of a personal emergency with him. Anyway, the colors really suck....I can only choose 2 colors or 16 colors. Is there a driver I need to download? If so, I don't know where or which one. Like I said, the computer is used, and the only thing I know is it's a Compaq Deskpro....and on the side I see this: DPEP-C400/4 3/W5. Does this mean anything to anyone? I hope someone can help....everything looks horrible! Oh, and also I can't change the screen size, only option I have is 640 x 480 pixels.
     
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    [tsg=welcome] Welcome, Jia [/tsg]
     
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    Thanks for your help. I had to go in and see what kind the card was inside, and then search from there. Finally got it fixed this afternoon!
     
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