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From: Dave on 12/30/2001
Okay, my friend bought a computer from a company that was upgrading their systems to newer systems. The computer is a basic pentium 166mhz with 32mb ram and win 95. I installed a cd rom, sound card, and upgraded to win ME. Works great, however, when I tried to install a cd game for the kids, it required the colors to be set at 256. When I looked at the settings, the only choice is 16 colors. The video driver is a pci vga standard. I thought maybe it needed an adapter card that used svga drivers the problem would be solved (if I thought wrong, please correct me). I went to change cards, but the video adapter seems to be built into the motherboard. I did plug another adapter into the isa slot which I had and I know uses svga drivers, but it's older and the drivers for it are lost somewhere. I tried using standard svga drivers, but didn't work. Plus, I know one adapter will conflict with the other. Do I need a new adapter card? if so, how do I disable the built-in adapter?

Dave B.
kism98_1@hotmail.com

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From: Paul on 03/11/2011

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From: mohamed on 06/18/2010
i have anjoid with this 256 coloer for my bc and whant from all to do this
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From: arnold on 12/15/2007
dude im hangen with hannah cause im more than just a fanna the mop suking freash cause im freaky freaky fresh word
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From: ramon on 09/05/2007
I want to play runescape but i cant with out 256 color :(
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From: Prakash B. Mali on 06/15/2006
i want to change my pc from 16 color to 256 color it was already 256 color settings but how it changed i dont know now i want to set it to 256 color but there is not 256 color option in settings what should i do?
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From: jenna on 11/11/2005
i really want to play a neat game and i need to set my color on 256 fo it to work
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From: tracy on 09/27/2004
to change color to 16 colors to 256 colors.
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From: denford on 10/10/2002
: : Okay, my friend bought a computer from a company that was upgrading their systems to newer systems. The computer is a basic pentium 166mhz with 32mb ram and win 95. I installed a cd rom, sound card, and upgraded to win ME. Works great, however, when I tried to install a cd game for the kids, it required the colors to be set at 256. When I looked at the settings, the only choice is 16 colors. The video driver is a pci vga standard. I thought maybe it needed an adapter card that used svga drivers the problem would be solved (if I thought wrong, please correct me). I went to change cards, but the video adapter seems to be built into the motherboard. I did plug another adapter into the isa slot which I had and I know uses svga drivers, but it's older and the drivers for it are lost somewhere. I tried using standard svga drivers, but didn't work. Plus, I know one adapter will conflict with the other. Do I need a new adapter card? if so, how do I disable the built-in adapter?: : Dave B.: : kism98_1@hotmail.com
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From: georgette on 08/15/2002

: Okay, my friend bought a computer from a company that was upgrading their systems to newer systems. The computer is a basic pentium 166mhz with 32mb ram and win 95. I installed a cd rom, sound card, and upgraded to win ME. Works great, however, when I tried to install a cd game for the kids, it required the colors to be set at 256. When I looked at the settings, the only choice is 16 colors. The video driver is a pci vga standard. I thought maybe it needed an adapter card that used svga drivers the problem would be solved (if I thought wrong, please correct me). I went to change cards, but the video adapter seems to be built into the motherboard. I did plug another adapter into the isa slot which I had and I know uses svga drivers, but it's older and the drivers for it are lost somewhere. I tried using standard svga drivers, but didn't work. Plus, I know one adapter will conflict with the other. Do I need a new adapter card? if so, how do I disable the built-in adapter?

: Dave B.
: kism98_1@hotmail.com


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From: jojo on 08/05/2002

: add color

: : Okay, my friend bought a computer from a company that was upgrading their systems to newer systems. The computer is a basic pentium 166mhz with 32mb ram and win 95. I installed a cd rom, sound card, and upgraded to win ME. Works great, however, when I tried to install a cd game for the kids, it required the colors to be set at 256. When I looked at the settings, the only choice is 16 colors. The video driver is a pci vga standard. I thought maybe it needed an adapter card that used svga drivers the problem would be solved (if I thought wrong, please correct me). I went to change cards, but the video adapter seems to be built into the motherboard. I did plug another adapter into the isa slot which I had and I know uses svga drivers, but it's older and the drivers for it are lost somewhere. I tried using standard svga drivers, but didn't work. Plus, I know one adapter will conflict with the other. Do I need a new adapter card? if so, how do I disable the built-in adapter?

: : Dave B.
: : kism98_1@hotmail.com


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From: artie on 07/16/2002
add color

: Okay, my friend bought a computer from a company that was upgrading their systems to newer systems. The computer is a basic pentium 166mhz with 32mb ram and win 95. I installed a cd rom, sound card, and upgraded to win ME. Works great, however, when I tried to install a cd game for the kids, it required the colors to be set at 256. When I looked at the settings, the only choice is 16 colors. The video driver is a pci vga standard. I thought maybe it needed an adapter card that used svga drivers the problem would be solved (if I thought wrong, please correct me). I went to change cards, but the video adapter seems to be built into the motherboard. I did plug another adapter into the isa slot which I had and I know uses svga drivers, but it's older and the drivers for it are lost somewhere. I tried using standard svga drivers, but didn't work. Plus, I know one adapter will conflict with the other. Do I need a new adapter card? if so, how do I disable the built-in adapter?

: Dave B.
: kism98_1@hotmail.com


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