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« on: October 16, 2005, 02:26:50 AM »

Operating System Version:win 98
Problem Application Name & Version:unknown
Problem Hardware Make & Model:unknown
Error Messages:

Hi All!
New here and looking for some help.
Lately my cursor will change to a box, sometimes all black some
times different colors, then my screen will freeze up and
I have to reboot, and sometimes I have to reboot many times before
I get a proper screen.(screen is all jumbled)
I have updated all drivers including directx, video drivers (monster fusion) I have downloaded all needed updates and I'm really stuck
as to were to go next. Does anyone think that maybe it is the video card on it's way out? What are the symtoms of that happening?
There seems to be no trigger to make this happen, it is random.
I am running a p2 400 half gig ram on win98
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

PS I have run all virus scans also, with nothing found.


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