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During boot and in Windows video displays columns of small squares.

After recently installing this Visiontek 2600XT 512MB PCI-e; I turned on the computer and during boot up had about four or five columns of small squares runing vertically on the screen. This of course garbled the text. These cloumns of squares also appeared in windows. I have a Asrock 939dual motherboard, AMD Athlon 64 3200+ CPU, 1 gig ddr ram, a 400W power supply (there are no power connections on the video card), Windows XP 32-bit Home edition. All the latest drivers and bios are loaded. PCI-e setting is selected in the bios for primary graphics adapter.

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