Major color distortion
Windows just updated itself and, when my PC restarted, all the colors were massively distorted, similar to "deep fried memes." I've tried a bunch of things in the hopes of fixing it, the first of which to work was uninstalling the update. Unfortunately, it reverted to its deep fried status within a couple of hours. Then I tried uninstalling the the NVIDIA drivers and restarting, but that just had the same effect. i.e. working for a few hours but then reverting. Any suggestions would be very much appreciated.
Windows just updated itself and, when my PC restarted, all the colors were massively distorted, similar to "deep fried memes." I've tried a bunch of things in the hopes of fixing it, the first of which to work was uninstalling the update. Unfortunately, it reverted to its deep fried status within a couple of hours. Then I tried uninstalling the the NVIDIA drivers and restarting, but that just had the same effect. i.e. working for a few hours but then reverting. Any suggestions would be very much appreciated.

#1
Posted 11/30/2017 12:57 AM   
nvcp > change resolution > colour depth = 10 / 12bit change to 8bit
nvcp > change resolution > colour depth = 10 / 12bit

change to 8bit



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#2
Posted 11/30/2017 02:12 AM   
@Sora thanks, that fixed it
@Sora thanks, that fixed it

#3
Posted 12/01/2017 12:13 AM   
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