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Old 06-08-2005, 12:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok, so I finally figured out how to fix my video quality problem I was having with DVDs. I am using a BFG Nvidia 6800 OC and when I play DVDs, the colors would come in oversaturated and a little fuzzy. So I just went down to the taskbar, right clicked on the Nvidia menu, and then clicked on "Color Correction". Just by OPENING this toolbar the DVD quality immediately fixed itself and looked great. The thing is, I didn't even change anything. I just opened the Color Correction menu, and it was fixed. Then if I close my DVD program (I've tried several), when I open it up again to watch a DVD I have to repeat this step of clicking on the Color Correction option, but again, I don't change anything.

Anyone know why this is and if there is a way to fix this so I don't have to click on that every time I play a DVD?

Thanks. J
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