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# Video card my display is divided in 4 parts

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1.Make sure your video drivers are all up to date
2.Make sure your screen refresh rate is set to something the screen can cope with
3.Make sure you are not trying to use a screen resolution that is not supported by your screen or video card.
4.You might need a new video card

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Posted on Jul 01, 2009

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