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Graphics card problem

Hello sir ,

I have a nvidia graphics card GE force 6200. recently i am having a strange problem. as soon as i switch on my computer , the display flickers and when i go to my computer the drives appear as if it is smudged and display is very dull. First i thought it may be because of my monitor .but when i removed my graphics card , the display becomes normal. and also when i was using my graphics card and whenever i put my system into standby mode , it would automatically come out of standby mode without moving the mouse. Is it something related to drivers.Do i need to install the latest NVIDIA drivers.

My configuration is as follows:
Intel P4 2.66 ghz
Intel D101GGC motherboard
512 Mb ram
Samsung syncmaster 591s Monitor.

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  • shankar08 Nov 17, 2008

    The refresh rate is 60 hz and no other option is available . There is a check box(hide modes this computer cannot display) below that. If i select that , then i can select 70 hz and so on upto 100hz. but when i select anything greater than 70 hz . i get a blank screen and a hz symbol is shown on the screen. Even if i select 70 hz , the screen is again blurred and dull and flickers.

  • Lou Labetti
    Lou Labetti May 11, 2010

    Do you know what the refresh rate is set at? if you do not know what that is please get into your control panel click on display - click the tab settings, the button advanced, click on monitor and tell me what you see.

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Hi......
all u need to do is to set up the screen refresh rate to default and always keep ur graphics drivers up to date

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Shankar,

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