Originally Posted by Mossiac
I didn't touch the card itself but I can try reseating it. And a can of air. Who ever said air was free lied.
Haha ;-) its true, surly is no Free Good. I buy these Tekno ones from ebay, there pretty good, but 4 for £13 is not cheap at all!
Anyway, As said, could be a driver error and is most probably this.
I personally wouldn't say the card is not seated properly but could be so worth a push down if you have the side panel off.
A cable pin not correctly inserted (check pins on cable are straight).
If your monitor has an 'Auto Adjust' setting, try this.
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