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HP Notebook - 15-ba007cl 6530
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hey everyone,

So i decided to update my display adapter driver because I wanted to install something and apparently when you update it, it deletes the current driver ( correct me if I'm wrong ). So when I updated I notice that part of my desktop is/home page turned purple or had purple pigmentations including apps ( for example discord's icon which is blue turned purple), specifically the right part of my screen. It is clear and obvious a glitch or something, so I tried the rollback feature in device manager thinking it would go back, however it actually rolled back to the Microsoft basic adapter which at first got rid of the purple area, however, I couldn't adjust the brightness so it was at all times at max brightness ( which is really blinding). So I started researching ways to fix this and have yet to come up with a method, so I'm forced to ask for help. I also tried a system recovery going back to a point before the driver was updated, but it keeps giving me an error. I'll try to keep doing fixes. Please It's really bothering and worrying me, anything is appreciated!

 

Photos included for referenceScreenshot (121)_LI.jpg

 

kind regards,

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What happens when you select a single background color (black, blue, green, red) instead of this MS pic?

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Hi, @Fried_Chicken 

 

I suggest that you stick with the latest graphics driver HP has for your notebook at the link below...

 

Driver - HP Notebook - 15-ba007cl | HP® Customer Support

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