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After reloading windows xp i am having scatered alphabets and digits on start up and also horizontal lines but if if i activate my motherboard vga windows loads perfectly using a seperate vga cable directly from the motherboard to the screen. Please help .I have an XFX GE 8600 GT FITTED ON A GIGABYTE MOTHERBOARD

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After reloading windows xp i am having scatered alphabets and digits on start up and also horizontal lines but if if i activate my motherboard vga windows loads perfectly using a

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If you see the startup XP logo with missed pixels or scatered, then probably the video card is not working properly. did you overclocked or something?

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This motherboard has Intel graphics built in. I assume you were using a PCIE or PCI plug-in graphics card which is not working since you installed Windows 7. Swap your screen to the built-in VGA adapter on the motherboard and re-boot. Then download Windows 7 drivers for your video card. If this is not the problem, go to your BIOS settings (if you can) and reload default settings. If that doesn't work, plug a known good VGA card into an expansion slot and re-boot. Then proceed as above. Never add or remove cards while the computer is plugged in to power. Good luck!
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Try pressing F8 when starting the PC, but BEFORE Windows starts loading. In the menu, select Safe Mode. Windows now startd with a very low resolution. You can right0click your desktop, select properties, then the Settings tab, and drag the reslution slider all the way to the left in Windows XP, or for Vista and 7, rightclick the desktop, sleect the lowest option, go to screen settings, and drag the slider all the way to the left.

After that, click OK, then restart your PC. Now you can try to increase the resolution step by step, and if it goes wrong start in safe mode and set it back a step. That way you will achieve the highest possible resolutioon (and better image quality)

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Follow this link bellow, download the modemdriver and tje vga driver, install them and you will be fine

http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Downloads/ProductsDetail_Download.aspx?detailid=42&DetailName=Driver&DetailDesc=P4S5MG/GL%20%20(V5.0)&CategoryID=1&MenuID=82&LanID=0

Btw, you will find all other avalible drivers for that mobo of yours. Download them all and store them on a disk just in case you need them again

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