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Video card is giving me problems

My computer used to work fine. I moved and in transit something happened. when i boot up, the screen flickers, makes the computer lag and run really slow. I thought it was a hard drive problem so I reloaded the OS. Once i got everything up and running the card went to install it self. Once I reboot, it uses the drivers and makes it do the flickering problem again. Ive tried uninstalling the drivers on safe mode and installing them and nothing. Right now it runs, somewhat ok, I just cant use anything requiring a flash player. I got it to at least run that way by uninstalling the drivers and rebooting. It loads them again automatically when I reboot but doesnt take affect until I reboot again, so i just leave the computer on all the time. Still I would like to fix this problem so I can see flash sites like youtube. Any help is appreciated.

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Re: video card is giving me problems

Make sure the videocard is set in the slot. You should remove and reseat the videocard. Then go to: and download the latest video drivers from here and try installing them again. Old video driver can kill!!! Let me know what happens. Good Luck. Tim

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