Poor Screen Coloration

Issue : Attempting to upgrade to Win7 from XP Pro
All seems ok except extreme screen coloration problems at 800x600
which is the only display setting allowed.
Under XP Pro SP3, on a different HDD, there were no screen issues
and the Monitor ( HP vx74 ) performed as expected.
A screen capture is shown at http://n2006b.com/Res/
Basement Win 7 Machine Configuration follows
Intel D845GERG2L a 2003 MB A97835-106

Intel Desktop Board D845GERG2L - motherboard - micro ATX - Socket 478 - i845GE
Specifications
Model Number: BLKD845GERG2L
Brand: Intel
Condition: New Bulk Board With Accessory
Alt. Part Number: D845GERG2L
Type: Motherboard

Technical Description
Brand: Intel
Model: BLKD845GERG2L
Socket Type: 478
CPU Type: Pentium 4 Prescott / Celeron
FSB: 533/400MHz
Number of Memory Slots: 2×184pin
Memory Standard: DDR 333
Maximum Memory Supported: 2GB
AGP Slots: 1 x AGP 2X / 4X
PCI Slots: 3
PATA: 2 x ATA100 4 Dev. Max
Onboard Video Chipset: Intel Extreme Graphics
Audio Chipset: Integrated AC'97 Audio
Max LAN Speed: 10/100Mbps
USB 1.1/2.0: 4 x USB 2.0
Form Factor: Micro ATX
Dimensions (W x L): 9.6" x 8.2"
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Monitor HP vx74 using
Microsoft Driver 6.1.7600.16385 which Win7 says is up to date
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I know the MB and monitor are capable of good color at 800x600,
but don't know how to proceed.
Any ideas are appreciated.
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  1. see if Intel needs a special graphics driver in windows 7.
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