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#1 Clifford Johnson

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Posted 28 December 2005 - 08:14 PM

Hi My name is Clifford and i am new to this website could someone help me along?

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Posted 28 December 2005 - 11:31 PM

:thumbsup: to BC! Clifford Johnson.
Yes, what can we do to serve you?

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Edited by yano, 28 December 2005 - 11:34 PM.

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Posted 28 December 2005 - 11:45 PM

Clifford Johnson,

Welcome to Bleeping Computer. I'll take a quick shot at trying to help you, here. On a blank area of your computer's desktop and away from any icons, do a right click. Then go down to where it says properties. Then select the settings tab. On the right side should be an area that says color quality. Select what you want, then, click apply. Then click OK to get back out. These instructions make the presumption you're using Windows XP.

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