Thread: Pink Screen
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27 Dec 2010  

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 (desktop) / x64 (laptop)

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by marsmimar View Post
Couple of things you can try. First, I'd do a System Restore and take your machine back to a point in time BEFORE the pink screens started.

System Restore

One important warning about System Restore: it will uninstall programs and drivers that were installed after the date of the selected restore point. In other words, if you installed MPC on 12/24 (just as an example) but restore your machine to 12/23 or earlier, MPC will no longer be on the machine.

Second thing to try is another widely used free player called VLC. It plays just about anything without the need for extra codec packs. See if the pink screen problem is solved. If it is, then you might have a corrupt MPC or K-lite. You could always uninstall the current versions and reinstall fresh.

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I didn't install anything prior to the pink screen issue. I was just watching some movies when it suddenly occurred. I'm thinking it's the CRT monitor that causes this since this monitor I'm using right now is old. Good thing we have a spare of LCD screen monitor at home. I'll go update this thread if whether changing the monitor fixes the issue.
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