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it does sound like a driver problem in fact id bet on it. Just because the latest drivers are downloaded does not mean they are the best thing for your display. For example i fixed a clients pc that wanted to play the world of warcraft game and the solution was to actually install an older version of the drivers for his video card.
Theres a couple things you may try but it requires that you uninstall the latest drivers and install an older version of the drivers. You can do this by uninstalling the card and/or replacing the drivers with older ones through the device manager(start menu>control panel>system>hardware>device manager).
My other thoughts on troubleshooting this is to make sure that my screensaver was turned off and see if that fixes anything. what bothers me about this is that it happens while your using the pc (moving the mouse, using the keyboard etc).
It might also be a bad connection of some sort so you might replace the monitor cable, re-seat the vid card etc.make sure nothing is lose.
I hope I helped
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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