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When i turn my computer on, it runs but the screen is all choppy. do I need a new graphics card or a new monitor?

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Neither you probably need a new display cord (the one that runs from your computer to your monitor). they are usually very cheap (around ten dollars). good luck!

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Older graphics cards may only have two graphic ports which means you would need to have 2 videos card installed on your machine in order to get 4 displays going.
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This looks like a driver/resolution problem. Which laptop are you using? New laptops shouldn't give you any hassles, but older models don't always have the graphics cards to support all monitor sizes.

Make sure your monitor driver is installed on the laptop and that you have the latest graphics drivers installed for your laptop.

You can download the screen driver here: http://driverzone.com/device.php?id=55741

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Try the monitor on another computer or a friends computer, if it is working you may need a new graphics card.
Try the monitor first, if your unsure take the machine to a local computer shop for advice, or if you have a computer geek nearby ask them.

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hi! you don't need to update the driver cause the problem is in your hardware. Graphic seems to be a bit grounded, try cleaning the contact pins of your AGP graphic card with eraser, clean it side by side and then put it back again to an AGP slot, then boot your CPU again. If it still the same, try it in another motherboard that support you graphic card just to be sure before we conclude that its the graphic card has the problem. Anyway if it still under warranty you can claim for a replacement to the store where you bought the graphic card.  Have a nice day! 

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Well... try un-plugging the VGA cable... ie., the monitor cable behind the tower...... if u get a message on screen saying No VGA Input... can confirm there is no issues with the monitor...

if you are using graphic card in computer unplug that and connect the VGA cable to normal display card came along with the computer and try...

or if you have another monitor... u can try connecting that to the tower which is not sending the signal to monitor and try....

even then you get the same problem... get an new graphic card... (if you dont have other monitor try with new graphic card)

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The grafics on my computer are fuzzy. What's an easy fix.


There are many fixes that you can make to solve this problem. However the best way to fix this is to get a new video or graphics card. My computer runs on a NVidia Riva 128/128ZX graphic/Video Card and operates with a Gateway EV700 CRT monitor. The NVidia Riva 128/128ZX card is an older one, but is a very strong card, I'd choose any NVidia graphics card. You may also want to check for a new monitor like a flat screen LCD monitor, that may help clear things up a bit.

Good luck!

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Computer Moniter screen turned purple


Hi,

This is a problem with the video cards hardware or the driver itself depending on your card you should updaate your cards driver from the appropriate site,right click the desktop>properties>settings>advanced>ada... will then see the name and manufacturer of your graphic card
go to the appropriate website and download the latest driver,here are the three main graphic card manufacturers websites
1) nvidia.....http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.asp...
2)a.t.i.....http://ati.amd.com/support/driver.html
3)intel...http://support.intel.com/
other things to check are
1.make sure your graphic card is securely fitted and if power is required to the card,then check the power connector is securly fitted and inserted
2.try changing your monitors lead from the v.g.a connector to the d.v.i connector at the back of the card,the v.g.a. is a blue connector and the d.v.i. is a white connector,and the d.v.i requires a d.v.i to v.g.a converter
3.where applicable install any monitor drivers however these are rarely required
4.run the direct x diagnostic utility,press start>run>type dxdiag >press enter,then go to the display tab and run the "test direct 3d" test
5.finally check all cables are securly fitted
if after these tests and tasks you still experience problems then change the graphics card and run the tests again,if you experience more problems then a new video/graphic card is required
any problems let me know
good luck .......



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