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Bro's PC showing weird lines... pic's inside.


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I'm not sure how to explain this. Take a look at the pictures.

Here's America's Army being played. As you can see, a lot of objects are not complete. As you walk around pretty much anything starts breaking up. It also effects the chat text. Notice the time in the top right corner?
http://www.nflnow.ne...888d1333bb9.jpg

And it's not limited to the game. Here's a screen of his windows login screen. It's just one of many places you can find odd slashes through just about anything on the computer side. Taskbar, frames of any program windows, buttons, desktop icons, folder icons, etc.
http://www.nflnow.ne...888eb30d89d.jpg

I don't know what he does in his spare time but he somehow gets alot of viruses. Could a virus have caused this? Fried GPU? :whistling:

Also, if this is in the wrong place feel free to move it.

Thanks - Kevin

Edited by kr580, 08 June 2006 - 03:06 PM.

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try updating the drivers for the graphix card
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try updating the drivers for the graphix card

It fixed a few slahes but most are still there and the game still sucks.
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