Question about Dell Dimension 4300 PC Desktop
We just turned the computer on and the monitor displayed nothing but the vertical lines. I don't know if it's VDO card problem or not and also want to know how I can fix it. Would appreciate if you can advise how to boost its performance. Thanks guy.
I'm crossing my fingers:
i) sometimes the cable that connects to your Hard Disk(i.e., both data cable and power cable) may
loosen....so i would suggest you to open the computer tower and reseat data cable, power cable present on Mother Board and Hard Disk ......
ii) u can alo try reaseating(removing and replacing it again) RAM (imp: place it properly....)
from my personal experience sometimes due to improper placing of RAM may lead to such vertical lines or may be due loosen contact of data cable or power cable.....
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
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