Question about Mercury KVM266PM-U (KVM266PMUD1600) Motherboard
Offhand would suggest you try starting in Safe Mode and in your Display Properties, lower down the Screen Resolution and/or the Screen refresh Rate. Thereafter try again, if not corrective, you may need to check video card, memory, cable or the try the monitor in another computer.
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Posted on Nov 08, 2008
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