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I am having a problem with my nvidia graphics card i believe

When i stream video in full screen, or i try to watch video files, even veiw pictures in my photo file or play any type of game no matter how detailed the game i get a green screen or distorted image's. what could be the problem, please help

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Go to NVIDIA control panel (Right Click on Windows Desktop)
Set and check ALL your Paramaters to match with your Hardware
reduce resolution (if required) to get the quality you ask for.
If you use CRT screen be aware of magnetic fields (Speakers, UPS, motors) interferences: try moving screen or disturbances.
Pls let me know if working.

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