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Windows 98 problem

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by Glacier28, Jan 26, 2003.

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  1. Glacier28

    Glacier28 Thread Starter

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    Well On another computer that i have i recently was using. I was installing a cd that told me that if i was gonna run it then i would have to change the color scheme to 256 since i already had it set to 32 bit high color i just thought i could change it to 256 then change it back but once i did then the desktop froze after i applyed the settings. Now everytime i turn on the computer and i get back to my desktop, before i can even move my pointer around or try to change the setting back the computer freezes. It does that everytime i get into windows. So what could be the problem? and i would apreciate it if you could e-mail me your answer since im very busy and sometimes to have the chance to come to this site thank you and the e-mail addy is [email protected]
     
  2. Glacier28

    Glacier28 Thread Starter

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    Well i see alot of people passing by my post but c'mon can anyone help me? I mean i need to get my pc back up and running cause it's hard asking friends to use their internet so can anyone help me?
     
  3. BTS '76

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    try booting to safe mode and undoing whatever you did.
     
  4. Glacier28

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    I'll try it out and if it still does the same thing i'll come back and let you know but im really thankful for your input cause i was really stuck.
     
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