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Blue-red-pink lines over screen and BIOS

- Screen is covered with blue-red-pink vertical lines and dots
- Can't get higher resolution than 640 x 480 and color quality higher than 4 bit
- BIOS is messed up, some regular white-on-black letters are substituted by orange random ones ( like a to m, or ''''')

I've tried reinstalling windows - everything remained same.

Please, help :(

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