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Video keeps flickering

I have used the DVD player with no issues for roughly 2 years, but now the video is starting to flicker at a very fast rate, like the horizontal control of an old TV is turned so that the picture keeps flickering. What options do I have to get this corrected.

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TRY SWITCHING VIDEO SYSTEM. PAL TO NTSC.

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5.Reset/Update your video driver. Click "Start" and right-click "My Computer." Click "Properties." The "System Properties" dialog box will appear.
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8.Check to see if the flicker still exists. If so, go to the manufacturer's website. Download and install the newest video driver and BIOS for the computer.
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