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Windows 7: change color depth through command line

13 May 2009   #1
Sudhir

vista
 
 
change color depth through command line

Hi,

how to change color depth to 32-bit in windows through command or registry


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13 May 2009   #2
swarfega

Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
 
 

You dont need a registry hack to change the colour depth.

Right click on desktop and select screen resolution
Click on Advanced settings
Go to adaptor and there you can change the colour depth.
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13 May 2009   #3
Sudhir

vista
 
 

hi,

i want to do any it automated...
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13 May 2009   #4
Mark

Windows 7 Ultimate Vista Ultimate x64
 
 

Sorry, you want what?
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13 May 2009   #5
Sudhir

vista
 
 

i want to change color depth to 32-bit in windows through command or registry with out any user interaction
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13 May 2009   #6
swarfega

Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
 
 

erm once its set, it should stay set.
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09 Aug 2010   #7
kristianway

xp
 
 
change color depth through command line

Tre it will stay set if left alone by users. However what about those of us that have a few thousand machines in the domain. are you seriously proposing that we go caost to coast each night and loginto them all to verify that a user hasnt changed the setting?

Now the question repeats if one wanted to change the color depth via a commande line or a registry setting... does anyone know how to do that?

Please if you do not know then do not spu things up on the board just to get your post count up.
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