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My display colors are fadded and shadowed I have switched monitors and same on both monitors?

I am having problems with my display, colors are faded and shadowing occuring some Horizontal lines visible. I thought the monitor ws bad so I bought a new one and it displays the same. I thought it was the Microsoft SP3 update so I deleted it and the display is the same. so maybe it is the graphics card>64mb nivida geforce2 mx graphics card with tv out........ My computer is an Compac 2001 model pent4 1.5 ghz 512k Ram. Ihave checked and verified that I have the proper drivers for both the graphics card and monitor. both show enabled and working properly. I have windows XP now running SP2 update.

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Check you plug to see if one of the pins are bent over and also pull the video card and reseat in the computer sometime it only takes a little bump to make them move if it is not that then its the video card seeing that you already upgraded your software

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