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I know this is going to sound rediculous but I setup a wireless Linksys router for a customer and after doing so the video cards on the computer went down to 4 bit. Then when you go to the video card setting they change back to th 32 bit
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backup - you say that the setting went down to 4 bit, but then in checking the setting its at 32 bit - how do you know its 4 but if when you check its at 32 bit?

what happens when you cancel the video settings, does the color revert to 4 bit?  have you checked the drivers for the video card?  


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sorry when I go into the video settings and change them back to normal they work for the time. Then they change back to 4 bit randomly.  The customer said if they reset the router it will fix itself. They are running a unix terminal and im not sure if that has anything to do with it. Also it hapens to 5 people.
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by:jet46
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Are all 5 people using the same type of system?  What video card is it if they are all the same?  

Was any new software installed when you put the new router in?  I would try to reinstall the video card drivers.
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They are all different video card and there all not new systems they all worked fine untill the wireless was installed
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Did you install wireless cards in these computers or were these computers left untouched?

Also, just to cover all the bases, did you do a virus scan?
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wel, did you have to install drivers for the wireless cards?  if the wireless was the catalyst to this problem, i would check those drivers first.


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I fgured it out the shortcut to the terminal program was set wrong and the settings was 256 and 640 x 480
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would have been nice to know you were having this problem on a terminal server from the beginning.


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It was not a terminal server its was a unix program
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agreed
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