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cHk

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Hey guys.

Thanks for taking the time to try and assist me, I think I know the problem, but I want a more professional opinion.

Over the past few weeks Ive been having reoccuring problems with graphics in games.

I have also noticed random red/green dots all over my screen that refuse to go away, which can be very frustrating when watching movies etc.

In certain games like world of warcraft, I get mass errors, which are normally fixed slightly when I minimize and maximize the game again. I have taken a screenshot so you can see for yourself what happens. This is just one of the graphical errors I get, the most annoying one.

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My computer has sometimes frozen, I think it has something to do with this.

Since the crashing I now have those random dots on desktop as well as videos etc.

I think it has something to do with my graphics card, meaning I must get a new one, but I am no pro. I cant afford one right now and was wondering whether there was some sort of temporary solution to my problem.

Thanks.
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anzenketh

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What is the make and model of your computer or is is custom Built?
What is the make and model of your video card?
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My computer is the Dell XPS. Its supposed to be built for gaming.

My GFX Card is GeForce 7900 GS - If thats not the right thing let me know. Thanks
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What is the full model of your computer?

Have you updated your video drivers.
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