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I also have comcast and go threw the same thing .and if i go some wear els the pc works fine it is some thing with comcast un plug every thing then try again
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
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Turn the computer off.
Disconnect the AC power cord.
Disconnect the "data" cord from the "on-board" video-card.
Remove the side-panel.
Buy a PCI-E video-card.
Insert the video-card into the PCI-slot -- make sure that it is fully "seated".
Connect the "data" cord from the monitor to the new video-card.
Replace the side-panel.
Reconnect the AC power-cord.
Turn the computer on, and let Windows "discover" the new video-card, and load new device-drivers.
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