When the MacBook screen is displayed in 16 colors

MacBook rarely reboots, but sometimes the screen is 16 colors after forcibly shutting off or rebooting. This happens when you log in. In some cases, when I woke up after sleeping, the colors came out properly.

It was the same on OS X 10.4 Tiger, but it also happened on Leopard with 10.5.

My MacBook's wallpaper is full, but the screen comes out like the picture.


The original screen is shown below.


Investigating the cause of this, I found that the display was saved with maximum contrast. I haven't modified the display environment, but it looks like it's saved incorrectly.

If this happens after forcefully shutting down the computer,
If you go into System Preferences and open the 'Accessibility' window, you should see that the contrast of your display is at its maximum.
If the contrast enhancement is set to normal, the color will come out as expected.



It seems that Mac doesn't mean that you don't have to know these things. This seems to be the strength to know if you don't want to go to the AS center.


Skitch I took a screen capture in beta and immediately displayed pictures and text.


0 If you like the article, please click the heart~ It will be a strength to bloggers (SNS/login/advertising is not related)

Articles you might like

Contact map: customer management on the map
Contacts at a glance on the map, location-based contact management, view nearby contacts


Add a Comment

Email addresses are not disclosed. Required items *is indicated by

This posting is part of Coupang Partners' activities, and a certain amount of commission is provided accordingly.