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happyrock

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go here...download the driver and install it then reboot
NOTE get the correct version that matches both windows version and bit (32 or 64)
to find the info if you don't know...
Click Start...type in system in the Search box...then click System Information in the Programs list.
When System Summary is selected in the navigation pane, the operating system is displayed as follows:
about 8 rows down
For a 64-bit version operating system: x64-based PC appears for the System type
For a 32-bit version operating system: x86-based PC appears for the System type
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Hai
I have recently changed my Display Adapter Card, will a loose connection inside cause this error to occur. Certain times its not there, but any movement to the laptop while working is some times creating the error.
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I have recently changed my Display Adapter Card

did you install the drivers for it...
what is the make and model of the new Display Adapter Card...

will a loose connection inside cause this error to occur.

yep

Certain times its not there

whats not there... :confused:

any movement to the laptop while working is some times creating the error.

that's evidence that something is loose inside....
you will have to open it up and try disconnecting then reconnecting the Display Adapter Card
while inside look at any other components you touched and check their connections too
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