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It is likely your graphics card failing. If it is a plug-in type you can remove it and replace with another. However you may have an onboard video card as well as a plug in type, if so you could remove the plug-in card and that would automatically enable the onboard video. Look to see if you have two monitor ports on your computer to verify this. The onboard may have a blanking cap over it. Details in the picture.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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