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Graphics card problem

When i am playing games the computer freezes and all i see on the screen are black and white lines, i have installed the latest graphics drivers but the problem does not stop.

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  • Claudio Pereira
    Claudio Pereira May 11, 2010

    As the matter fact, did noted the minimum requirements of the game?

    maybe if you tell what game is and what video card you're using, will help in good solutions.

    thank you



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It sounds like the card is overheating during play. If your video card has a fan on it make sure it is turning. If it does not have a fan then you may want to look into adding some more case fans or larger ones.

Posted on Aug 31, 2007


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