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Generally an indication of a failing video card. Try updating the BIOS and the video driver, if not effect, replace the video card. In some instances, I've seen where both the motherboard and video card had to be replaced to avoid cascade failure (On part damaging the other)
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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