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Screen problem My screen is suddenly filled with small white dots in groups of four. On a white screen, like in Words, you can not see them, but they are very irritating when the background is darker, like the one in the attached image. Is the problem with my ATI Radeon card or?? Thankful for your advice. Tor Backmann Sweden tor.backmann@telia.com

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Can you open your computer and check if the videocard fan is still running? Or if the CPU fan is running. It is probably caused by an overheating videocard. Remove the card and free dust from it. put some oil in it. If you can afford, replace the fan with a better one. If you are knowledgeable, put extra chassis fan and position it to maximize airflow

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