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Could be one of three things.
1. Try replacing the VGA/Digital Monitor cord
2. Try a different monitor
If these offer the same results, then you need a new video card. If the video is "on the motherboard" the whole motherboard will need to be replaced, UNLESS, you just buy a new video card, depending on the model/design of your motherboard, it could a PCI-E, PCI, or an AGP (these are types of video cards)
Posted on Mar 28, 2008
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