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Computer For some reason my desktop keeps disappering and reappering. I can't figure out what's going on. Please help!!!

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  • Raveng Apr 10, 2008

    Im sorry i was not specific the problem is happening on my laptop

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Hello,
There might be something wrong with the monitor or the video cable. Please make sure the connections are in tact. If they are, then verify first that the monitor is working ok. Otherwise, it might need replacing.

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