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On boot up lines appear looking like zip code bars

I also get these line on my cursor.

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This is the problem with display memory which is on the vedio card or on the motherboard. you may try
1) change RAM memory on the motherboard and test, go next if not solve.
2) install the new vedio card (AGP OR PCI) if build-in vedio used before test again
3) change a vedio card if the vedio card(AGP or PCI) installed before

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