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Video Problem I just started having a problem with my video card, the screen goes black momentarily.sometimes once, sometimes repeatedly for several seconds at a time. I've removed and reinstalled but no difference.Happens only occationally. Any Thoughts? Uneek

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Re: Video Problem

Please give us your specs including the Monitor.

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