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Color changes and flickers

Screen colors randomly and abruptly change. Still see images and read text. Most dominent is blue hues. After a while (15 - 20 minutes) goes to normal and then intermitently returns. Removed R, G & B jacks one at a time - no change but replaced cable anyway. Downloaded latest firmware for video card (NVIDIA GeForce4 MX 420). Always set to 60Hz, 800x600, 32 bit. Problem not going away. Could it be video card or monitor or other???

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To prove which Card or monitor are you in the position of either A- getting hold of another monitor or B Another computer connected to troublesome monitor Either way will establish which is the troublesome one. Then come back

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