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Display colors fade to bluish periodically

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Cathy6360, Sep 11, 2004.

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  1. Cathy6360

    Cathy6360 Thread Starter

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    I have been having issues with my computer lately after a brief encounter with a couple of trojan viruses, which have been successfully elimated via McAfee Anitvirus software. It may be unrelated but ever since my display has been flickering from full color to a faded out bluish color. This happens most often when I initially start the computer and is intermitten. I am running Windows XP Pro, on a Gateway E 3400, Pentium III, 930 MHz, with 256 Megs of RAM. My adapter is a Rage 128 Ultra, 800x600 True Color 32 bit, 60Mhz. I have tried uploading to a new driver but I get DLL message that reads: 16 bit window subsystem: C:\Program1\symantec\s32evnt1.dll. An installable Virtual Device Driver failed DLL initialization Choose close to terminate application or choose ignore. Any suggestions? -Cathy
     
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    Is the monitor connection secure?
     
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