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Graphics question I am having problems on my monitor. It often has intermittent lines of black dots across the screen. I have disabled the graphics card as it was giving me the following problems... The computer would reboot itself, or a message would appear 'No Signal', or it would go into sleep mode.Occasionally I would get the message, 'The system recovered from a serious error' upon a reboot. I have reformatted the HD and done a clean reinstall of XP Professional but the problem remains. With the graphics card disabled the problems above have disappeared except for the lines of dots over parts of the screen. Is this a graphics card problem or something more serious? Running Pentium IV 1.6GHz 1 GB SDRAM Nvidia GeForce2 MX/MX400 32MB graphics card Any advice appreciated. Thanks Andy MY problem of grahics cards is the drivers is low update

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The problem comes from your graphic card,as far as i know that's a AGP card so next thing u could do is open your computer case take the graphic card out from the AGP slot and clean the slot and pins from graphic card with some contact spray or alcohol wait until spray or alcohol vanish and put the graphic card back power on and see the results

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