Question about IBM NetVista PC Desktop
Anytime I download any new games, or in this case it is Shaw's security system, the system boots up fine, but as you try to access the security system program, it will start up but then the screen goes into these line patterns and your pretty much doomed until you hard boot.
Could this be the video card? If so, can you tell me if the video card in a NetVista is separate from the motherboard? And if I need to replace it, what would I replace it with?
With the information I gathered IBM netvista does not features a video
card, it is inbuilt. So it shares your system memory. just open the
sysyetm chassis and take out the RAM module and clean the contact edge
with a rubber eraser (pencil eraser). Re insert the RAM module and try
If the problem persists. try changing your memeory module(s).
Posted on Oct 29, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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