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Uninstalling windows updates.

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by brianm8000, Sep 6, 2004.

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  1. brianm8000

    brianm8000 Thread Starter

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    I recently installed some windows updates.

    One of them was for my monitor, while th other was for the video card (along with other updates too).

    Now when it asked me to restart my computer, i did. But now my screen resolution is 640 x 480, and the color quality is at like 7 bit!!

    i tried to change the background color quality and resolution, but that doesnt work. i tried system restore, and that didnt work either!

    please help me, i need to know how to uninstall a windows update.

    Thanks,

    Brian.
     
  2. Old Rich

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    Sounds like you just need to reinstall the drivers for your video card.

    wrs
     
  3. brianm8000

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    how do i do this...?

    sorry (never done it before)
     
  4. brianm8000

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    ok, now it says that the monitor is located on NV36 (i think its the onboard graphics), and i have a FX 5700 card.

    how do i change it back so the monitor is located on the 5700??
     
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