Win 98 Color Setting problem
This is problem my sister is having on an old PC (for the kids) she's running w/Windows 98. I haven't had my hands on the computer at all, and she was trying to describe the problem to me over the phone-- but I haven't used Windows 98 for a while, so I couldn't seem to figure out how to help.
Here's what she did when she went into the control panel to change to "16 bit" setting:
She went to Control panel- Display- Settings- and instead of choosing 16 bit, she chose 16 color as the option, accidentally.
Afterwards, when attempting to run the CD-ROM, the message "must choose 16 bit" came up, so she went back to "settings" in the control panel, but the 16-bit option was gone-- there were no other options besides "16 color," which is what she is mistakenly stuck on.
Again, I haven't used this OS in a while, so the few things I tried to tell her to do didn't seem to work. Any ideas? If anyone has instructions, it would be have to be clear enough for me to tell her over the phone, since I can't actually do anything on it myself.