|20 Feb 2010||#1|
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No visual imput through graphics card
Had several problems with my computer such as freezing, hopefully resolved now. However, when turning on my PC the monitor cannot find a visual input. I've checked all the wires are pushed into the graphics card (Running an NVIDIA 9600 GSO) and everything is fine...then I bash it about for a bit, it switches off and when I re-start it everything is fine! I know I shouldnt bash it about and something might be lose, but just any ideas on what to do? It stays fine when computer is running but when I shut it down I don't know if I can get it back again.
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