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Posted by Anonymous on
Try messing around with the VGA cable to see if it may be loose or broken You could also try changing the resolution, refresh rate or any related video setting. If the lines remain the same, chances are your Video Card is about to die... But you could always try unplugging and replugging it onto your mainboard.
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