Posted 23 December 2005 - 06:11 AM
said, I'll bet it's the monitor dying. But just in case try unplugging the monitor cable from the back of the computer, check in the end for bent pins (some are missing, that's normal) then plug the cable firmly back in place. You do not need to do up the screws/knobs very tightly, just snug is fine. See if that makes any difference.
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