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Red lines on display

We are trying to remove red lines that run from the top to the bottom of the display screen.  We have done a restore, changed drivers, wires and monitor.  The lines are pretty parallel, like pinstripes.  Any ideas or suggestions?

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Re: red lines on display - XFX NVIDIA GFORCE2 MX 200 (64 MB) Graphic Card Graphics Cards

Replace the video card.

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