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Solved: Display problem in Win7

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Illmatic94, Nov 3, 2011.

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  1. Illmatic94

    Illmatic94 Thread Starter

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    Hi Guys,

    I run Windows 7 and every so often my display goes strange (screenshot attached). It seems to resolve itself after a while but does anyone know what would cause this? There doesn't seem to be anything wrong with the drivers according to device manager?

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  2. SilverPhantom

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    Seems maybe like a problem I had once on a computer. But you say it says there's nothing wrong in device manager. A Dell tech once said it could be a video driver. Just a thought :)
     
  3. iRiguez

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    Have you updated your video drivers?
     
  4. Illmatic94

    Illmatic94 Thread Starter

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    Yes. I checked for an update the other day and there was one. Installed it, restarted and still the same problem.

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  5. Firebreather

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    Is your monitor ok?
    And what is your system specification? Use SysInfo Utility.
     
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