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How do I fix my iMac when the Hardware test . showed error code "2ATI/1/4113-xxxxx113"

It starts up ....shows only a blue screen I did the hardware test.. and the results showed the error code 2ATI/1/4 113-xxxxx-113

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  • Beatrice Krogen Jan 21, 2013

    thelast log on the cursor had a box/grid of dots on it... i've shut off, unplugged, booted up by disc etc. but only the blue screen.. what else do i try? if i need a new video card which one, and can i install it myself??

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Can you pleasr post more information on when how this was started I had this problem once with bootcamp but now it was resolved. Can you still get in somewhere?

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SOURCE: Video ram error 2ATI/1/4:113-A14404-118

This one is pretty clear. Your machine is a June, 2004 model. Your video RAM is bad. Video RAM is not user-replaceable on the Radeon 9800 XT, so you will have to replace the Radeon card itself.

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