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Here is a website with drivers for a wide range of video cards.
Uninstall all the old drivers for your video card, and reinstall them. You can look for updated drivers at that link I provided or at the manufactures website. Once there reinstalled it should fix the problem. If it doesn't its possible your video card or monitor are going bad.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
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