A computer that was once used, got formatted, so everything was cleared out of the system. When I right-click the desktop to change the colo(u)r settings, it won't go higher than 16 colo(u)rs.
Before it was formatted, there was no problem with the colo(u)rs. Someone suggested that it might be the drivers, which must have got trashed in the fomatting, that must be the problem.
I don't know where the disk is to install the drivers back into the harddrive, but I'm sure you can download them from somewhere (the graphic card's manufacturer's website). But the problem is, that I don't know what graphics card it is.
So, is it possible to find out what graphics card I have? Is there a program that is able to detect who makes it, or is there a windows-built program able to do that (already in windows)?
Please, the colo(u)rs are getting really annoying (Imagine using a computer with 16 colo(u)rs!)
Thanks for your time, hope someone can help