Question about Computers & Internet
Well, there's a load of things that could cause that problem. Your mainboard could be broken, or your videocard, or maybe some of the cables to your monitor doesn't work as it should, or one of the pins on a conector are bent, or the monitor is broken, etcetera, etcetera. As for the solution, when exactly does your screen start flashing? Immediately when you start up, or only when your OS starts. If that's the case, you should try starting in safe mode. (usually bound to F8). If not, you should try connecting the monitor to another PC, and see wether it works with that one. That at least eliminates some of the possibilities.
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Posted on Oct 17, 2008
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