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Grey screen at boot up

I posted earlier today with a boot up issue. I out the system in to stand by mode so I could bring system back up, but now I get a gray screen when the system boots. Is this the sign of a failing video card?
System is a Dell Inspiron 9100

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Hi!!!
maybe your video card
or
there is a problem
with your os

then try to reformat back-up
your important files

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