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Lines on screen going from left to right

Every time i go on youtube and betflix or any video website the screen flickers real quick and some lines come up than go away. please someone help me i know its something to do with this video card. thanks

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Try updating the flash video player software. Go to www.adobe.com and find the link for FLASH PLAYER

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Hi,

According to your problem first check your video card compatible with your motherboard.

Make sure the card is properly inserted in your motherboard slot.

check it don't touch another component of your system unwanted.

It may sort with another component of your system.

Degauss/auto set your monitor display.

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