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Display i have an msi motherboard, pm8m-v with a via p4m800ce chipset, a celeron 2.5 ghz processor and 2 sticks of 512 ddr-sdram. I'm running windows xp. i also have an ati 9250 graphics card. from a clean windows install, does great. after sp2 and other windows "necessary updates" i end up with a screen flicker i can not get rid of unless i wipe my disk and start another clean install for it to happen all over again.

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  • udreamibuild Sep 15, 2007

    dear pcexpert. thank you for the suggestion. unfortunatly i have already tried that and it did not work. any more ideas would be greatly appretiated. thank you

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Hi there What driver did you use? It seems to be a driver issue. Try using the generic driver of Windows and start a restore point from there. then use your CD Driver provided from the Card's Manufacturer. ============================== Hope this helps. Let me know OK?

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