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Artifacts on flatscreen monitor

I get artifacts around my cursor for the mouse on screen and have artifacts appearing all over my screen. Monitor is a Benq FP91G+ 18' i think I have tried resetting video drivers checking refresh rates and changed settings on monitor...nothing helps, this happens on web pages, during online gaming and when just surfing. Is my monitor no good or there is something else i need to do. Running Windows XP home. Sometimes it is not much on screen other times a lot...small dots all over in diff colours, when i scroll they can go into lines.

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The two cheapest things to do are, firstly, try your monitor on another persons pc, to see if any difference, and secondly try a different mouse as they can interfere with with graphics dpi.

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