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Windows 7: Itunes x64 changes win7 color scheme?

06 Jan 2012   #1

Itunes x64 changes win7 color scheme?

so i recently had a HDD crash and got a replacement, loaded win7 x64 premium back on it, put all my software on it that i use, and notoice that when i load up itunes 10.5.2 (current version) it changes my theme settings and says "the color scheme has been changed to windows 7 basic" now i've gotten this before running legacy programs, no problem... but itunes is 64 bit, and i use it heavily. and before the reload i never had this issue before.

i'm thinking this could be a driver issue? i did have an issue with all my internal HDDs reading as external ejectable media, but fixed it with sata drivers.... i got the driver for my GPU, but still did nothing to fix this.

any help to solve this?

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08 Jan 2012   #2
A Guy

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1

This is usually a driver issue. You might try this:

Start> In search box type

View advanced system settings


On the advanced tab> Performance> Settings

Visual effects> Choose Adjust for best performance

Click Apply and ok your way out.

See if this corrects the issue. If so, you can reenable individual options to see if you can find which one(s) cause the issue. Good luck. A Guy
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