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Pixilation on photos and graphics

In the past couple of days, there has been pixilation (red/blue/purple lines and/or red/blue/purple blotches of dots) on photos and graphics on my PC screen. I have done several different things (which haven't helped), including:
*virus scan and RegCure scan
*upgraded latest graphics card driver
*changed the resolution
*went into system settings>advanced>performance>visual effects>disabled everything.

Might you have any suggestions? Many thanks.

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  • shaidan Apr 02, 2008

    neither fixya nor geek squad could figure this one out. i finally discovered that it was simply that the lines btwn monitor and tower were loose.

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The chip set north bridge, you might want to up-date that.
If you download everest home and run that, click on the + by mother board, click on chip set, click on north bridge, id that and google any updates for the chip set it id's

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