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Acer 9800 video problem

When we boot up computer pixels are messed up through out screen can read log on names but not the rest of the screen. Re did drivers once and it fixed it but then it messed up again. Reloaded operating system from a back up and it was fine til next boot up then back to pixel hell. Graphics card nvidia geforce go 7600

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Hello,
Your graphics card is defect/damaged. Send your laptop back to Acer and they will put in a new VGA card. If the problem is turning back everytime, your motherboard is probaly damaged. There is no homemade solve possible!

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UR GRAPHICS CARD IS DAMAGED IF POSSIBLE TRY INSTALL THE CARD IN ANYBODY ELSE COMPUTER IF THE PROBLEM IS STILL THERE THEN UR GPU IS 100%DAMAGED.I DONOT WHAT MOTHERBOARD U R USING BUT WHATEVER MOTHERBOARD IT IS EVERY MOTHERBOARD HAS A ON BOARD VIDEO CARD U CAN TRY REMOVING UR GPU FROM UR MOTHERBOARD AND TRY CONNECTING THE DISPLAY WITH ONBOARD VIDEO DEVICE OF UR PC IF U STIIL GET THE PROBLEM EVEN FROM UR ON BOARD GRAPHICS CARD THEN SOME OTHER COMPONENT MIGHT HAVE MALFUNCTIONED NOT UR GPU.

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