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Fuzzy pictures Thanks GAVIN. well I think my system is just very old. The system you recommended was not compatable. A new monitor may do the trick you say.

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Yes the keyword is might. Usually the NVidia cards are compatible for any system, that is a little strange, I wouldn't fret about this problem so much, if the computer is old, it may not be worth the effort. In time you could look forward to getting a new one. If you use a computer primarily for music and videos, get a Gateway, if you use a computer for business and internet browsing, get a Dell, but if you do every thing in between, I'd definitely recommend an IBM.

Good luck!

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