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X800xt all in wonder 256Mg AGP No Signal

Everything ran fine for almost 2 years. I purchased an LCD monitor and started using the DVI port. Shortly after that, my monitor stopped receiving a signal randomly while playing any game. Shutting it down and rebooting 10 minutes later would bring the signal back. Fan runs fine, graphics are still great, but it stops sending a signal. I had the latest drivers throughout my PC. I say had because I stuck a 9700 pro 128mg in until I could get a new card, but then I ran across this site.

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Re: x800xt all in wonder 256Mg AGP No Signal

Well use that other card in 60 hertz mode are u not 75 hertz

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