Hello all! Just looking for a little help with (what I hope is) a minor issue.
As of 2 days ago my computer has been acting strange. It first started a couple of nights ago when out of nowhere graphical issues appeared on my screens, small squares of varying colours appeared all over. These squares are larger than a pixel but still quite small. the computer promptly crashed. It was about 3 am at this point so I just decided to go to bed and left it. Fast forward to today. After turning it on I got as far as the welcome screen. I put in my login details and shortly after the graphical issues appeared again, this time not only squares but whole sections changed colour and became vivid. I didn't even get to see the desktop before the computer restarted. After restarting the graphical issues were there from boot, but now were horizontal lines, not quite blocking the view but enough to be annoying. They seem to be there every time I start up now. I can't make it to the login screen any more as the computer restarts long before I make it there. My only option is to start in safe mode (with networking)at which point I can finally get on the computer. That graphical issues are still there and wont seem to vanish. On top of that I also got a few bluescreens between restarts, but due to the errors and the screens vanishing pretty quick I couldn't actually read the errors.
Memcheck says it can find no errors during the scan (although there are no graphical errors either during the scan or in the boot menu...) but I can't log in after the restart to see the final results. I've tried removing sticks of ram and checking each one but they all give the same results individually.
I've tried updating some drivers (with the device manager) but I'm not sure which I should be looking to update.
I'd offer to post a screenshot but the errors don't show up on them. I've also tried a couple of different monitors, as well as single monitors to no avail.
I've attatched my DXDIAG, not sure if it will be of any use though.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Edited by hamluis, 19 December 2014 - 12:54 PM.
Moved from Win 7 to Internal Hardware - Hamluis.