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BSOD & GFX Card No Longer Recognizing Monitors


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All of a sudden yesterday, my screen started to go berserk (it looked something like this). Anyways, I proceeded to restart my computer and it would no longer recognize my monitors.

So now I'm stuck on the onboard looking for a way to revert back to using my graphics card. Additionally, my computer has also drastically decreased in speed and I have gotten random BSODs.

Please let me know if you need any further information (minidumps and whatnot).


Thanks!
Tom


EDIT: Added minidump file

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Edited by Skeme, 07 March 2013 - 01:38 AM.

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Any help?
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If the onboard video works then you need to replace the Add-in graphics card. What you showed is not usually a driver problem with the graphics card.
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