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Screen looks like when a computer comes up in 'safe mode'....very light images....almost as if you brightened the screen too much...pixel-looking lines appearing horizontally across the screen

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Start in SAFE mode (press F8 wile booting) and SAFE mode to see if it works ok in DOS while booting and then in Windows DEFAULT setting. Then Reboot and readjust to something sensible (1280*1600, 32bit, 60Hz)

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