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My emachines g720 screen is flickering

Horizontal grey lines keep flicering up whenever

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Sounds like a bad sync.
1]start windows in 'safe' mode::if my guess is correct it will clear.2]if you can get to display properties [graphics options in Windows 7]; I suspect that the refresh rate is set too high.3] bad monitor or cable [may reseat and it will clear]

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