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Just a thought - have you tried removing and reseating the video card?
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Have you tried removing the device in Device Manager and rebooting?


Not yet, i will try that later today and see how it goes.

Just a thought - have you tried removing and reseating the video card?


If wannabe's way fails, i guess there is no harm in trying. But no i havent done so as i dont really know how. Im not sure which on it is in the PC. :tazz:
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The video card is slotted into the motherboard and will look similar to this:

http://www.new-shine.....0VGA Card.jpg

Your monitor lead is connected to the card. You will need to switch off your computer and take the panel off.

The card is held in place by a small screw and you will find the card easier to remove by gently rocking it.

This is not a difficult process. :tazz:
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