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I just bough a brand new pci express 9400gt DDRII (512mb) for a low end games.I have Intel DG31PR board witha 16x pci express and Samsung syncmaster 920nw.The problem is that even after cleaning the board and recheching all wires and connectors several times,I am unable to get a clear display from my card.The display that does come is garbled with strange lines,sometimes a portion of desktop freezes completely but the computer keeps working.I have alos upgraded my psu to 400 watts from 250 watts previously but the problem persists.The card does not require any external power connector and to my knowledge I have placed it in the appropriatre way.Mostly at the windows boot screen,the xp logo is also streaked with strange lines. Please help me with this problem.

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The problem is in my nvidia 9400 gt too..
the only way to solve it is to change it..

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