Based on the information you provide, it seems unlikely that you will have any problem getting a Texas driver's license. Since your CO license is valid, Texas is unlikely to give you any problems. You should go to DPS and apply to see what happens.
Start here- http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/DriverLicense/OutOfStateOffenses.htm
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You probably will not have any trouble getting a license and I recommend that you go to DPS to start the process. One word of caution is to watch your mail. Anytime DPS is going to suspend your license they notify you by mail. If you receive a notification by mail, I recommend that you contact an attorney as soon as possible because there are normally deadline for fighting license suspensions.
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