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Having problem wid my 8600 gt drvier

Hey can anyone help me on this plz....

i m having a nvidia 8600 gt 512 mb graphic card (xp sp2) ....it was running perfectly before .........but after i opened my cpu's cabinet to blow off all d dust (i did wid a soft brush) n after closing dat i also tried to connect my t.v wid gfx ...through d other port given in it ...............after dat when i started my pc ...... its giving me checked colored line where ever dere is video involved (have a look in photos which i have uploaded)
1.( http://www.techsupportforum.com/attachments/video-card-support/42350d1232996171-nvidia-8600gt-having-some-problem-driver-untitled2.jpg )

2.( http://www.techsupportforum.com/attachments/video-card-support/42351d1232996297-nvidia-8600gt-having-some-problem-driver-untitled.jpg )
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i uninstalled the nvidia driver .... instaled again .........but no use ........

can u help me plz ......

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  • yaar_a_frin Jan 29, 2009

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    http://img261.imageshack.us/my.php?image...


    i had installed the latest driver from nvidia website (Version:
    181.22)

  • Neville Vyland
    Neville Vyland May 11, 2010

    In one of the screenshots...
    there is a movie/video being played....
    can u please specify the player along with the version number.


  • Peter Steiert
    Peter Steiert May 11, 2010

    Upload the pictures to a different server such as ImageShack.

    That way all of us can see the images without having to register. By the way, did you ground yourself out before starting to work on your system's internal parts? In other words, did you discharge any static electricity buildup by touching the computer case before you started touching computer parts? There is a possibility you discharged some static into the video card causing damage, although this is unlikely.

  • Neville Vyland
    Neville Vyland May 11, 2010

    what is the driver version that you are using...???

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Make sure the connections are made securely

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