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Check your cable between your monitor and computer first. Otherwise you either have a faulty video card or monitor. If you are using an LCD monitor it will most likely be the card. If you are using a tube style monitor I would start there first. Borrow a monitor from a friend and see if it continuse to happen.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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