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angelfish316

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Hi,

I have a problem that just started when I moved. When I start my computer up, the HP screen will show fine, then when it goes into Windows, the screen just starts flickering and flashing. I can't see anything, it's going so fast. I have to keep unplugging and plugging in the back of the monitor for it to finally work. Now, I did do something that may have been stupid before I moved. I was trying to get my Dad's computer working and he was having trouble with his monitor flashing. I wanted to see if it was the computer or monitor, so I plugged my monitor into his computer. Ever since then I have been having these problems. Any idea what it can be? I hope I didn't totally mess it up. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Caracas

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Can you check in Device Manager if the drivers are correct installed (no ?'s or !'s)

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angelfish316

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Everything in the device manager is fine. The problem is getting worse, I'm not sure what to do about it. I haven't been turning off my computer, but I did last night and I thought it would never come back on. The computer was beeping at me too, maybe because I kept unplugging the monitor power cord in the back of the monitor. Any other ideas? Appreciate it.
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Hi angelfish316, update video drivers
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