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display, or my video card.

By gebooth
Aug 27, 2003
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  1. I have a 5 year old ViewSonic E790 19" display, and a Geforce Ti 4200 graphics card.

    I have updated all the drivers.

    Once in a while the display corrupts, showing patterns that look like large pixels. Sometimes it appears as a series of vertical lines, each 1/2 to 1" in width.

    Rebooting won't fix it, I need to power off the computer and power on to recover.

    Any thoughts as to what it is?
  2. TS | Thomas

    TS | Thomas TS Rookie Posts: 1,327

    Instead of rebooting have you tried turning the monitor off, then back on after a few seconds?
  3. gebooth

    gebooth TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Yes. The corruption happened again last night. Turned off the monitor, turned it back on after 10 seconds, it looked the same.

    That makes it the vid card I think.
  4. gebooth

    gebooth TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Mother board is an ASUS P4GE-V
    2.4 GHz Pentium P4, 1 GB RAM

    Display running at 60hz refresh rate. 32 bit color

    Geforce4 ti 4200 with driver version 6.14.10.4523 (aka version 4.5.2.3,dated 7/28/03), bios 4.25.00.30.00. AGP4x bus. 64MB

    Directx 9.0b

    ViewSonic E790 driver 1.4.0.16 (not digitally signed)
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