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Interference on screen

Had this monitor for a couple of years and am using an ATI radeon 9700 card. But I have started getting interference across the screen (like snow). This is worse around the mouse pointer. Also there are pixels that appear in various colours but they disappear when I scroll the screen down. Can anyone help please please please?

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Are you able to test this monitor on another computer as it sounds like a graphics card fault and not the monitor.

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