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Thread: Display Issues In Windows 2000

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    Hiya folks, Stoi seems to be having problems with his display, I tried to lend some help as it was a familiar problem...but i couldnt remember how to go about fixing it again, I know its something relatively simple....could you take a look at the pics in the following link below please....

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    Display 3
    Display 4

    ok people..what do you think

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    lol editing

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    lol editing, yeah first attempt i posted the pictures and the screen scrool length increased infinetly, high res pics lol!

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    ok what exactly is the problem in the pictures?

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    ok what exactly is the problem in the pictures?
    if you notice that in every picture the background is white, even for this forum (pic2), add/remove programs (pic1) etc...thats what were trying to solve and reinstate the old display format.....i.e. how you and me would view those same things in our windows...

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    1.try control panel>display settings>desktop(or something similar -cause im on xp)
    2.find a good picture and right click on it and choose set as background(or something similar-cause i got xp)

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    also consider this program here wich will change your background automatically. and go here for a decent selection of free wallpapers

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    yoda, thanks for the help...but I think its an actual windows display issue....not a background thing, if anybody has any ideas or solutions......

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    nice prog yoda.. i've been looking for such a prog for a long time. TC: have you tried re-installing the video drivers?

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    TC: have you tried re-installing the video drivers?
    He was playing quake last night (stoi), and everything ran fine....I think this is a windows problem

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