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256 and 24 bit color

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I was recently fooling around with my computer and when I restarted it the 256 and the 24 bit color were missing from my display properties and I am wondering how to get it back, can someone please help me?
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You may have changed the video driver to one that doesn't support the higher colors. What does it say under display/settings/advanced? If it's not the right driver, use the change button to load the correct drivers that support higher colors
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Upgrade your video driver, try the web site, goto the company who made your video card and download the driver from their web sit and upgrade it.  That will takes card your problem.

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