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Old 04-28-2006, 12:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Angry Problem with MSI915P NeoV, RivaTnt2 (16MB), Samsung 740N

I just bought an assembled PC with the following specs:
MSI915P NeoV Motherboard,
RivaTnt2 (16MB),
Samsung 740N
512MB DDR.

The problem is my eyes are hurting if I view the monitor for more than 15 minutes.
I am seeing little grains, as if there are some shadows behind each every text. Even in text mode it is creating probs.
Can anyone help? Should an upgrade to a better AGP will help? Or is it a known LCD problem.

I am absutely stuck up here and not being abel to work.

Another prob is, when I try to install WinXP, the initial text screen "Setup is detecting you hardware settings" comes, but after that, when the blue setup screen comes, everything goes blank. ANd nothing happens.

So I am running Linux, and it is working fine, but giving me this LCD prob.
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