n4165si 14:50 21 Nov 07

My system ?
4200 amd 64 x2 dual core
Graphic cards 6800xt x2 Nvdia
Mobo A8N SLI Deluxe Azus 1gb memory
On booting up every day now i get Pixalation i/e rows and columns of broken colour, and have to switch off at the mains so the computer can reboot ,sometimes i have to do this two or three times before it will boot properly, I have been asked to reseat the Graphic cards but it makes no difference. Has anyone had this and how did they overcome it?

  johndrew 15:07 21 Nov 07

It could also be worthwhile re-seating the memory and checking all internal connections, especially to your graphics cards (if you haven`t already).

I have seen this type of problem reported as something to do with memory use, but I can`t remember where. Possibly in PCA or on these forums.

  johnnyrocker 15:34 21 Nov 07

system restore?


  n4165si 15:46 21 Nov 07

I have done several restores and it makes no difference .
I have done all of these but that makes no difference either. i,m at a loss as to why this should happen. unless i have a suspect Graphics card.

  bluto1 19:13 21 Nov 07

There's an easy way to find out if it is your graphics card. Have you a good friend living close to you that you could borrow his. The least it can do is eliminate your card from suspicion.

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