Shenan Stanley added these comments in the current discussion du
> bmkassociates wrote:
>> I installed an automatic update which somehow failed to
>> install. After rebooting my display is completely yellow with
>> no true colours. It shows perfect in SAFE MODE but as soon as
>> I go to normal Windows it loses all true colour as if someone
>> has removed the BLUE or RED from the overall colour. Anyone
>> help me or tell me what's gone wrong?
> Visit the hardware manufacturer's web page
> (support/downloads/drivers section) for your video card.
> Download and install the latest software driver for your
> particular model of video card.
> Now sure what the make/model is?
> (Get the Advisor, run it, print the results and look for the
> Make/Model of the Video or Graphics card/adapter you have in
> your machine.)
No! Uninstall the crap from MS that caused it. It isn't a
universal panacea to immediately go get a new video driver, in
fact, that has been the demise of many an otherwise fine running
system. The key is first to NOT let auto update do auto updates,
one must set their own RP and most importantly, one must monitor
what problems if any others are having before blindly installing
everying that comes their way. I'm not bashing MS, they do the
best they can to release stable code but I feel that it is the
user's responsibilty to protect themselves as best they can.
HP, aka Jerry
"Surely you jest - and don't call me Shirley!" - from the movie