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Rick Sanchez Posted on Jun 05, 2007
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Monitor goes black with a white horizontal line across the middle of the screen

Sometimes when working on my computer, my monitor suddenly goes black and theres a white horizontal line across the middle of the screen. This happens for about 1-2 seconds then goes away. I haven't noticed a pattern (i.e happening when certain programs are open), it just happens at random times. Is there something I'm missing? I believe it could be the monitor drivers, since the drivers for the 900b are not installed and its running on the default windows xp driver. I tried to install it, but it wouldn't find the driver file in the folder i specified, so no luck there either. If anyone has a solution to this, it would be greatly appreciated. Ric

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Check to see that the monitor cable is correctly installed. Also, make sure you have the most up-to-date drivers installed for your graphics adaptor card(both ATI and Nvidia carry catch-all driver programs to keep you up to date.) Tighten the cable screws of course, to make sure the monitor cable isnt just wiggling in its seating.

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