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Windows 7 graphics broken

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by AmazingJesus, May 29, 2012.

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  1. AmazingJesus

    AmazingJesus Thread Starter

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    I was playing total war shogun 2 on windows 7. Diagonal lines started shooting out of the characters, square block patterns start flashing all over the place. The graphics got progressevley worse and worse so i took in. They tested the graphics card and it was fine so they restarted the computer and then windows crashed. They reinstalled windows 7 and i started putting everything back together.

    I just put total war back on my computer and started playing and its started again. I restarted my computer and all that came back was a blinking undersscore. Luckily i shutdown and it started normally but the graphics are still messed up.

    Any help would be great.
     
  2. TheShooter93

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    Take out the graphics card and use integrated graphics if you have it.

    See if the problems presents then.
     
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