Question about Computers & Internet
Ensure that the cable to the back of the machine and the bottom of the monitor is properly connected on both ends. If another cable is available, switch it and see if the issue persists.
If you have another monitor, switch it out too. If you are still getting issues with the machine, it may be that the graphics chipset on your motherboard (or your videocard itself, if it is separate), is having issues.. If so, you'll need to contact the manufacturer or take it to a repair shop to see about getting it looked at and the parts you need replaced.
Posted on Apr 09, 2008
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