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My Screen goes totally black; "No signal or something) and the light goes from green to orange. Im just playing World of warcraft and suddently this happends (multiple times now) I need to reboot to get my monitor working again. i can still hear all the game sounds on the background, just on video.

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Hi,
You can check the compatibility of the game with your graphic card, or you can try changing the resoluion or the quality of the graphics while gaming.
Hope this one helps. thanx

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