Question about Gateway GT4016 Desktop PC
Either way, it appears as though whatever video hardware you are using is on it's way out, due to your having tried two different monitors with the same results.
If you are using the onboard video, take a jaunt to your local computer parts store and spend a few bucks on a PCI-Express video card. If you're even remotely handy with a screwdriver it's a ten minute install process, and will save you the expense of having a tech do it for you.
By the same token, if you are already using a third-party vid card, remove and replace it.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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