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is that all i need to do? it has been working a little better but still keeps blanking out ocassionally...i am not sure i followed your instructions correctly as I may have installed the new download before deleting the old one first? could that have made a difference? plese let me know.
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It's always better to uninstall old driver, first. You may want to re-do.
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Thanks - I did redo it and the problem still occurs- is there anything else I can do or is this pretty much it?

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You can try another monitor.
If it's still blinking, then you need new video card.
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Is there any place you suggest I can buy this from?

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Did you try another monitor?
We have to make sure, it's not monitor problem.
This is desktop, right?
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No this is a laptop not desktop.
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Try an external monitor, then...
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