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Weird graphics problem

When I am playing online mmorpg my screen will suddenly dissolve into into a mess of small geometrical patterns and freeze. I have to reboot manually. Sometimes it happens every few minutes, sometimes a lot less. I have uninstalled the nvidia drivers and reinstalled them , no change.
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Try to change the screen resolution to a different 1

try to install a recent version of direct x

try to install an ipx protocol on ur network

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Freezing, and screen has weird bright-coloured patterns.


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Screen does not work


Hi
i was also had that type of problem. 1st you make sure that graphic card are installed your pc or not
because in my pc i haddent graphic card. i was installed graphic card in my pc then i never problem again so plz try it

Thank you

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Vista also takes allot of system memory thus leaving less for your video card. If you are going to play games on it on a regular basis I would suggest you have a minimum of 2GIGs of memory.

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Your graphics card might be going bad. The GPU might be getting too hot. Power down the machine, open the computer case and inspect the graphics card. If your graphic card has a fan, is it covered in dust. Get some of those compressed air cans from walmart or any other store, and blow out the dust.

If you still have a warranty on the PC, don't open the case, this may void your warranty. Since you are posting here, I will assume you don't have one, so go nuts with the Air cans.

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