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the color scheme on my desktop have been destroyed

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3 minutes ago, bennny said:

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Go to color filters in Windows' Settings app and turn off color filters. It would be a good idea to also turn off the shortcut key too.image.png.feac7e215e47ea5b7aa6be56601e346a.png

the other day I was doing some work and  eventually ended up resting my head at the keyboard when i lifted it again, the colors on the computer was messed up. the colors that schould be yellow ar either darker yellow or green, and the colors that schould be blue ar pink or purple. have already tryed restarting and shuting off the computer and monitors. i have also been looking for an answer out there but it doesnt seem to be answering my proble

 

i will appreciate all the help i can get.

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3 minutes ago, bennny said:

<SNIP>

Go to color filters in Windows' Settings app and turn off color filters. It would be a good idea to also turn off the shortcut key too.image.png.feac7e215e47ea5b7aa6be56601e346a.png

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3 minutes ago, bennny said:

thanks for the help, that did the trick

 

please mark his post as a solution.

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