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latinsnake

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The pic on my Monitor is all wavy . It bounces up and down . I have tried 2 differant Monitors , and the pic still bounces up and down on both of them .

Anyone able to help me with this problem ?
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You are more than likely picking up interference. Try changing your refresh rate in your display properties to something higher.
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A reinstall of your video card drivers might fix the problem.
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Thanks . The refresh rate thing seemed to help.. I increased the refresh rate , and the screen stopped being wavy , also its easier on my eyes now .

.. Im also going to try and update the bios on my motherboard [ Is what windows help suggested i do ] I assume that would mean putting in the latest driver ?

I think maybe updateding to windows pro from home edition could have caused the problem ?

I also noticed it went fusy when i turned a fan on then stops when the fan is turned off .
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