Nvidia 4-bit Mode Help please.
Well every time I have to re-format my computer, which isn't that often I just re-installed it to day, but when i installed my graphics driver my screen res is set to 4 bit, and I can't change it and when i click nvidia control panel nothing happens.

My graphics card is a GeForce 9800GT I have a windows XP x86/32 bit, 3 GB of ram.

I don't know how to fix this issue, please help something!
Well every time I have to re-format my computer, which isn't that often I just re-installed it to day, but when i installed my graphics driver my screen res is set to 4 bit, and I can't change it and when i click nvidia control panel nothing happens.



My graphics card is a GeForce 9800GT I have a windows XP x86/32 bit, 3 GB of ram.



I don't know how to fix this issue, please help something!

#1
Posted 04/15/2012 03:57 PM   
[quote name='SeaKing666' date='15 April 2012 - 10:57 AM' timestamp='1334505426' post='1396682']
Well every time I have to re-format my computer, which isn't that often I just re-installed it to day, but when i installed my graphics driver my screen res is set to 4 bit, and I can't change it and when i click nvidia control panel nothing happens.

My graphics card is a GeForce 9800GT I have a windows XP x86/32 bit, 3 GB of ram.

I don't know how to fix this issue, please help something!
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Have you tried changing it in the Windows settings rather than the NVCP? IE Right click your desktop, go to properties, and change the resolution to the maximum, and the color depth to max?
[quote name='SeaKing666' date='15 April 2012 - 10:57 AM' timestamp='1334505426' post='1396682']

Well every time I have to re-format my computer, which isn't that often I just re-installed it to day, but when i installed my graphics driver my screen res is set to 4 bit, and I can't change it and when i click nvidia control panel nothing happens.



My graphics card is a GeForce 9800GT I have a windows XP x86/32 bit, 3 GB of ram.



I don't know how to fix this issue, please help something!





Have you tried changing it in the Windows settings rather than the NVCP? IE Right click your desktop, go to properties, and change the resolution to the maximum, and the color depth to max?

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#2
Posted 04/17/2012 09:25 PM   
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