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Re: video card problem
Contact AMD/ATI about a return merchandise authorization (waranty service) If AMD states it is not eligible for warranty service you should be able to "force" the issue with best buy as they installed and neglected to register the product.
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you need to go to your control panel open your mouse and adjust your settings there. click the lower left START to open dash on the right after it opens select CONTROL PANEL when open scroll down to mouse.
So what exactly is wrong? It seems like you have dual screen enabled. Try mousing beyond the edge of you PC screen, the cursor may move onto the TV. If you don't want dual screen, there's an option for clone display instead.
I believe this is a driver problem you need to download and install the latest drivers for this graphics card from the Nvidia website, as explained in my published guide.
Also in the game video settings disable the option for VSync.
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Have you installed the drivers for your mouse? Sounds like you need to install the drivers. I looked on there site and they don't have separate drivers for each mouse. I'm guessing you need to download the mouse works program and install it. Here is the link to the website to get that software. After you install that software for the operating system your working on, your mouse should work fine. If i helped please leave me a rating. If i didn't help, comment and ill try again.
It's probably a bad minitor. Try swapping the monitor out with another one or plugging a new one in if it's a laptop and this should tell you if it the monitor or the video card. If the problem stops with the new monitor, it's your old monitor and time to replace it
Each computer that has a video card has software that comes with that card. The exact program is going to depend on the exact model # of your computer and the type of video card that you have - if you tell me the model # and video card information, I can get more specific with you. Unless you have disabled it, most video card software loads on startup - double-check your taskbar on the lower right-hand side of your computer screen, and see if one of the items says something about graphics (my video card software, for instance, is Intel Extreme Graphics 2). Open up that program, and change the "refresh rate" to 60 Hz, and see if the flickering disappears. In your case, the TV card that you have might have its own software that will allow you to change the refresh rate.
There is another possible alternative if you are having trouble finding your video card software. On the Windows desktop: Go to Start --> Control Panel --> Appearances and Themes --> Display --> Settings --> Advanced --> Monitor --> change the refresh rate to 60 Hz.
60 Hz works in most cases. Double check the documentation for your TV card software, because it may reccomend another number.
If you tell me the video card software that you have, and the manufacturer and the model # of your TV card, I may be able to get more specific, but I think this at least has a chance of solving the problem.
Did it work properly using a VGA (analog) cable? If so, check your DVI (digital) cable against the pictures at the bottom of http://www.datapro.net/techinfo/dvi_info.html. You probably have one of the two at the left. Each has a different bandwidth, translating to a maximum resolution. The native resolution for your monitor might be marginal if you have a single-link DVI-D cable. My 204B seems very picky about signal-level. It blinks when connected by DVI, even though it should be fine with a single-link cable, and complains about the settings even though the settings are optimal. Maybe yours is similar. I have ordered a dual-link cable and will try that myself.