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Help! Display problems IMAC 24" intel

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I was calibrating my screen with Spyder 3 Pro. It crashed.
My screen now has problems. The drop down menues are black until i drag my mouse across the tags. It looks like an option for display. I just need to take it off. I had the same problem when my 2 year old touched all the keys on my keyboard. There is a fix I just can't remember it!?!
Any help would be wonderful.
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