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Video locks After running for just a few seconds, the video locks up. (Image in the TV window freezes) and won't start again until a power-down/restart.Win XP SP2, Celeron 2.2 GHz 1 GB RAM.Have tried with two video cards (onboard and PCI) with same result.

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