Adjusting Resolution and Colour Settings

• Windows 95/98/NT

• Macintosh

Congratulations: you now have a bigger screen. We recommend a resolution of at least 800x600 -- 1024x768 is probably the highest that anyone will need -- and the higher the colour depth, the better. Now that your screen has been resized, everything may appear uncomfortably small, but don't worry: you'll get used to it quickly.

Disclaimer: Please keep in mind that Spectranet does not offer technical support for Windows issues that are not Internet related. You are welcome to follow this guide, but do so at your own risk.

A note for Windows users: If the changes you made to your display settings have made your screen unreadable and you can't see to change it, there is a way out. Restart the computer, and when the "Starting Windows..." message appears, press the F8 key. Select "Safe Mode" from the boot menu. When Windows has finished booting, follow the steps above to reset your screen settings to their original values, and restart the computer normally.

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