Question about Computers & Internet
3 most likely failure points:
Monitor failing: install known good monitor.
Video chipset or video card failing: install new vidcard.
Cables loose/pins damaged: tighten connections/replace cable (or vidcard if pins damaged)
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
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