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6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months ago
Recently my computer windows have been flashing/blinking. I dont know what this could mean but its intermittent... and as the video shows not all areas flash just certain programs and when i right click the box there too

my pc is doubtfully in warranty i have replaced the RAM, put a new hard drive in it and installed a bluray, anyone know if that voids the warranty, I havent broken any warranty seals

video in post 1 to help u see what i mean
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6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months ago
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#2
first thing i'd start with is upgrading the video card drivers. Do you know what graphics card (aka video card) your PC has?
#3
Mobile Intel(R) 4 Series Express Chipset Family

its just shared graphics, I've updated it several times using the windows updates

Edited By: golemsmate on Sep 28, 2010 23:47: .
#4
done some googling and other posts on other forums keep saying it could be a video card issue but if you've tried different drivers then i'm not sure

someone did mention that disabling Autoplay fixed it (random!)
#5
oldmanhouse
done some googling and other posts on other forums keep saying it could be a video card issue but if you've tried different drivers then i'm not sure

someone did mention that disabling Autoplay fixed it (random!)


tried the autoplay one and it didnt work, I really dont want the video card breaking on me. I'd better back up my data lol
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golemsmate
oldmanhouse
done some googling and other posts on other forums keep saying it could be a video card issue but if you've tried different drivers then i'm not suresomeone did mention that disabling Autoplay fixed it (random!)
tried the autoplay one and it didnt work, I really dont want the video card breaking on me. I'd better back up my data lol

You should really have a backup of your data anyway but if the graphics card did go then theres no reason why you would lose any of your data!
banned#7
do a system restore to before it went wrong

some windows driver updates cause problems!
banned#8
Not sure Phil
#9
Silly question - have you checked that the lead is firmly connected at both ends (at the PC and at the monitor?)
#10
dcx_badass
Try intel drivers instead.
This is a must always go direct: Intel

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