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Flickering screen screen keeps flickering like the pixels are jumping around, mainly when on internet and usually abut 30 mins after warm up, so bad it makes you feel ill, tried config no good, monitor is acer x193w, any help? thanks

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  • Anonymous Feb 22, 2009

    same as yours... flickering most of the time specially in dark colored areas of the screen

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My screen flicker on xp but on win7 please help me?
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