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Re: video card problem
Does the Verical line on the monitor also come when the monitor is unplugged from teh system. If yes the problem is with the monitor. If no the problem is with the video card. The computer maufacturer may have given you cds to run diagnostics on the card. Eg on dell system , you need to press the f12 key 5 times after you turn the system on , to run the diags
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Hi, I am sorry you are having issues with your graphics card.
Yes the oven trick does work but it is only temporary and you will have to do that process over and over until the card just all out quits responding. Once a GPU begins to display multicolored or blue lines across the monitor its time to put it out to pasture so to speak.
First eject the graphics card from motherboard and try to get display from on board display port. If display comes from it then there is problem in your graphics card or in card slot. And also try to use the card on any other pc because some time due to electric fluctuation setting have changed and it did not work on your motherboard So its better to connect it on any other motherboard or pc. For any other help or to thank me you can also mail on my email email@example.com
Have you tried using another monitor or running another OS (a Linux Live-CD)? If yes and it's the same then the video card memory has died, nothing you can do . The entire video card is gone, buy a new one.
by process of elimination, try unplugging your monitor from your computer. turn it on, the built in self test should run. it will give you color coded boxes like red green, blue etc.. and would tell you no signal. if you cant see any lines during the buit in self test, then is the video card thats busted...
Seems like your video card just is either a little broken, maybe it overheated a couple of times to much, or it simply isn't fast enough to display all these games.
If I were you and I'd want to play these games, I'd buy a new PC.
For US$500 you've got a PC that can easily run these games on high without any problems.
I'm afraid there's no other way to fix this problem, your PC is just too old.