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It is probably your video card failing.
If you can try either another video card in your computer or your card in another computer, this will enable to to see if the same is happening with the other unit.
Obviiuosly if your card does the same in another computer or there is no problem with the new card then you have identified your problem, the solution being to buy a new video card (Note: ANY modern video card will work well in a computer - you do not have to spend a fortune to get good graphics - I am told that PCI Express cards are preferred over AGP cards though I don't know why).
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
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