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Display Problem.. my problem is that after some weeks my computer automatically leave up the display and than i turned it on safe mode and reinstall my display driver and than my pc go to all right for some weeks... is there any permanent solution for it..

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Try to download and install new motherboard drivers and check for virus...intel and nokia have been too commonly bought that they are not really checking for product defects..and i also hope that your motherboard got 3 years warrent..if its still there then take it back where you bought it and ask to check for problems or send it to intel..repair or exchange will be free..i hope..now a days there are too much cheats cant trust anyone...

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