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VGA seems faulty

Within Premiere Pro CS3 the footage (SD AND HD) is playbacked stuttering. The same footage plays back in WMP properly. The system is SD and HD compatible. The same software packet performs on my old system without hesitation. So, I thougt it could be a hardware problem.
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I must be an issue with your driver version

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