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Graphic card problem.

I see verticle lines on my screen continously when os is running but they dont come in my bios screen. Invalid

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Your graphics card is bad. The reason you don't see it on your bios screen is because it is not displaying in the high resolution high color graphics. Once your card starts displaying high resolution high color, then you get the lines. You need to replace your graphics card.

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