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— um everything looks green/orange randomly is their a fix to this?

I don’t understand you. The post gives you detailed info about how to post, you even choose to have the text remain in your post although it says, in bold characters, to remove it before you post and still you give no info at all.
How are we supposed to help you this way?

ok at random times sometimes it will be the normal color of the display and then after a few open and closes my display goes green this doesn’t happend on my windows hdd Im not sure what else to give you the i can give a screenshot

nevermind im just stupid its the automatic night mode sorry for the mistake and inconveience

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