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The image on the monitor is corrupted; it flockers, ghosts (3 images on the screen), and you can see the image 'rolling' around, icons jumping around - you don't know which image is 'the real one' and if you have pages open with more colour content - the image is broken up much more, so much so that all you see are the horizontal lines of independent colour across the screen; no words are discernable. Only started recently and I need help as I have a big project I'm working on? Can you help? Thanks

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To help you i need to know the video card config, your operating system, it can be with the video card drivers, virus/ or the monotor has gone bad. try receating the monitor cable.

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