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Is there a basic problem with PC's unable to display correct colour schemes when using Windows Vista
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  1. To answer your question... No.
    Check your Device Manager > Display adapters
    You might have a bad driver installed.

    Recommendation:
    Download/Install Driver Sweeper...
    http://downloads.guru3d.com/downlo [...] 35b9146e96

    Boot up in the Safe mode.
    Run Driver Sweeper.
    Click on the Video driver and Clean the driver from your system.
    FYI - you can only do this from the Safe mode.
    Upon reboot, Microsoft will use the Microsoft default video driver.

    If you let us know the make/model of your Video card,
    we can direct you to the best source for downloading the driver.

    PS: If this doesn't work, then you could have a bad monitor or bad RAM since what you see on the screen is a representation of what is in memory.
  2. Gandalf said:
    To answer your question... No.
    Check your Device Manager > Display adapters
    You might have a bad driver installed.

    Recommendation:
    Download/Install Driver Sweeper...
    http://downloads.guru3d.com/downlo [...] 35b9146e96

    Boot up in the Safe mode.
    Run Driver Sweeper.
    Click on the Video driver and Clean the driver from your system.
    FYI - you can only do this from the Safe mode.
    Upon reboot, Microsoft will use the Microsoft default video driver.

    If you let us know the make/model of your Video card,
    we can direct you to the best source for downloading the driver.

    PS: If this doesn't work, then you could have a bad monitor or bad RAM since what you see on the screen is a representation of what is in memory.

    Hi Gandalf, issue resolved , traced to faulty VGA cable
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