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MacBook Pro :: Display Is Wonky After Being Used With A Projector?


my wife borrowed my Macbook Pro for a conference. Now the display seems very wonky and my photos are not looking as sharp as previously which is making it very hard to do editing.

Is there any way that I can restore the display settings back to the factory settings ?

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Mac OS X (10.6)


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