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May 25, 2011 5:45:09 AM

Hi all!

I have a question to you! Sometimes i can see something like THIS on the monitor.

My pc:
C2D E6700
4GB ram
8800GT
Win xp sp3
Abit ab9

I tried a lot of things, like driver,bios update, but it still wrong.
So the main problem is that, if i use lot of program, and i do not minimize the programs, the pc or vga or monitor or i do not know what cause this problem. But if i minimize all program and use only one in full size there is no problem.
Any idea what should i do?

Thx,
Hubsz



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May 25, 2011 5:49:45 AM

What do you see that looks something like "THIS"? Do you have a camera shot or a screenshot directly from your computer?

Check your computer temps. by downloading GPU-Z and CoreTemp, and make sure your components are not overheating, which slows and crashes your computer.
May 25, 2011 5:58:45 AM

reprotected said:
What do you see that looks something like "THIS"? Do you have a camera shot or a screenshot directly from your computer?

Check your computer temps. by downloading GPU-Z and CoreTemp, and make sure your components are not overheating, which slows and crashes your computer.


It is a screenshot, when you click on the THIS text.
I checked all the temps, and vga max 60 C and cpu max 49 C.

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May 25, 2011 6:44:11 AM

This problem (in my experience) is usually due to a laggy computer, or poor graphics card performance due to some reason. Is your RAM overloading itself for any reason?
May 25, 2011 12:06:04 PM

Well my rams are: 800Mhz DDR2, but when the pc boot up, it writes 812Mhz, so maybe i have to reduce the default cpu clock?
May 26, 2011 7:11:21 PM

How much RAM do you have in your computer?

If it isn't your RAM, it might be a corrupted file in your system or something. Try sfc /scannow by typing it in the CMD.

Also, try stopping some useless programs from starting up by going to Run > msconfig > Startup, and maybe defrag your computer.
June 2, 2011 12:09:21 PM

Hey!
I tryed to change the default ram mhz to back from 813 to 791, and it seems ok, thx :) 
Hubsz!
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