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M.r Bob 07-20-07 01:26 PM

What can cause this problem?
 
i been having this problem my screen get pixelation this happen on my desktop or went i surf the net, also this happen only on Vista on XP I don't have this problem

here is a screen shot of my problem

thanks for you help

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v330/MATA7/test.png

lduguay 07-20-07 01:54 PM

Re: What can cause this problem?
 
Woot, space invader!
Looks like overclocking going bad, or flaky video memory.

BTW, your avatar :barf:

M.r Bob 07-20-07 02:01 PM

Re: What can cause this problem?
 
but i don't have nothing Overclock

SLippe 07-20-07 07:43 PM

Re: What can cause this problem?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by M.r Bob
but i don't have nothing Overclock

You sure about that?

P4 3.0 @ 3.50MHz ring a bell?

BTW, I think you mean GHz. ;)

M.r Bob 07-21-07 02:08 AM

Re: What can cause this problem?
 
thats my old sing i forgot to change it

lol i dint even notice mgz :) , it could be like that for 2 years

SLippe 07-21-07 06:05 AM

Re: What can cause this problem?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by M.r Bob
thats my old sing i forgot to change it

lol i dint even notice mgz :) , it could be like that for 2 years

LOL No problem. As for the screenshot you posted... It does seem like a bad card, but weird it only does it in one OS. Might be a bad driver install or something. Kind of baffling, actually.


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