Hey guys, A friend of mine gave me his MacBook last week to have a look at it as it wouldn't boot. It is a 2008 White MacBook Core 2 Duo, model number MB403LL/A and with the Intel GMA X3100 integrated GPU. After trying lots of potential solutions, none of which worked, we agreed that I would reinstall Snow Leopard on it. Everything went fine apart from one major problem - the display colours are now completely messed up, as shown:- Before the reinstall, I could boot to the SL DVD and the colours were fine. I initially thought they had just become inverted, so tried Ctrl-Opt-Cmd-8. This changes the colours slightly, but they are still messed up. I then tried the Universal Access - Display options from System Preferences, but again no settings will change it back to normal colours. Does anyone know whether this is a hardware or software problem? Any help would be greatly appreciated, as the MacBook is now running perfectly except for this issue.