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Display is getting corrupt

I for past few days the display is coming corrupt, its like icons , text, mouse, etc are fading colors cant explain that perfectly, may be i can define like this: every thing is giving a blurry shadow,
I have tried to put a external graphics card also but the problem remains the same. I have also the Bios, but no use.
Please Suggest.
CPU:Intel Pentium 4 2GHz
Memory: 512MB.
OS: Windows XP Pro.

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Try a different monitor

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GA-81945GZME-RH alarm then shutdown

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