White O's on screen Tags: Dell Studio Xps Windows Vista Graphics Cards Last response: September 18, 2013 9:15 AM in Windows Vista Share J C September 14, 2013 1:53:20 PM When I turn on my Dell xps 410 vista there are white O's with dots in the middle of them on the screen and it won't do anything else. Is this a crash , the motherboard or graphics card or what? Help Appreciated More about : white screen Phillip Corcoran a b U Graphics card September 18, 2013 9:15:27 AM Those are "zeros" in the DOS world. Typically means that the graphics card is faulty, so worth testing with a known working graphics card to see if indeed that is the problem. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Solvedasus eee pc 4g white o/s probs and drivers issues Forum Solvedblank white screen before POST Forum SolvedAMD Mobility HD 5650 all screen white tint goes pink Forum SolvedJust installed a new PSU, Now booting process doesn't get past ASUS splash screen. BLACK SCREEN with WHITE FLASHING CURSOR. Forum SolvedMSI 760 Twin frozr black screen and white/red boxes ? Forum Solvedblack screen, white cursor. no solution Forum SolvedWhite screen only Forum SolvedWhite lines on screen Forum SolvedACER Laptop Screen fades to white and keyboard unresponsive. Must wiggle screen. 5 yrs Forum Solvedscreen went from color to black and white Forum SolvedWhite Screen At Startup - I'm thinking it may be the hard drive. Forum Solvedwhite screen while playing games Forum SolvedError 90B and White Screen Forum Solved(Nvidia Graphics Card) Computer Crashing to black/white screen Forum SolvedWhite screen new GPU Forum SolvedWhite Squares flashing across screen Forum Solvedwhite screen on start up but can see the windows desktop screen for a couple seconds before the white screen. Forum SolvedHorizontal white lines on screen, graphics card not being detected! (Please help) Forum SolvedBlack screen, White screen. At a loss how to troubleshoot further. Forum SolvedScreen Goes Mostly White Sometimes Black - Dell Inspiron N5010 Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows Vista categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security !