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My screen acts wierd? plz help...


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help meee

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On my screen in the middle of it, its like fainting away or something like if you use glasses and take them off, or if i took glasses on, hehe you see what i mean? its simply not clear at all and it seems to be in the middle of my screen or maybe sometimes the whole screen some tims it comes and goes, like right now its all clear... woophs now its unclear again... now it clear... blablabla. so on...
what is the problem is it my graphic card my grapich card driver my other stuff.... or simply just my screen.. what should i do?

My graphic card is: Asus Radeon 9600 XT
my system is: Windows xp home edit...
My computer screen is a: SUN GROUP - Quality is our life!
and its pretty big....
i have just dusted of my inside of the screen and my whole computer and really cleaned up carefully and have just set it on again all are at the same....

Thanks in advance!

EDIT: i just played elma (kinda old game not so much grapich require...) and there where nothing wrong at all but wehn i play World of Warcraft it seems to happen once in a while... so i dont think its my graphic card maybe just the system? or i need a new driver...? also when i play movies its does this...

Edited by help meee, 15 December 2005 - 05:26 AM.

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Could be a bad vid card, vid cable, driver, monitor. Or, possibly just a bad connection from the vid card to the motherboard. Did you try reseating the vid card? Be sure to shut down AND disconnect the AC plug before reseating it. Also disconnect and reseat the vid cable.
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I had the problem for about 16 hours i turned on my PC again and saw it still was there even after it have rested the whole night i write here that i still got the same problem but for 4 hours since now it worked perfectly and i havent seen any sign of it again... maybe it was just a matter of cooldown :tazz: but thansk for your help anyway!

problem gone! :)
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