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Funny things happening to my display.

post #1 of 7
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Hi All,

I think this is the correct please to post but if not sorry. I have got an AMD Phenom II X6 3.3 GHz Processor with 8GB ram I have installed Windows 7 a few days ago and sometimes my screen acts funny like it move left to right quickly I have noticed it happening more when I'm on YouTube. At first I through it was my screen but I change it over with a 1 month old screen and I got the same issue. I plug my screen into my AMD radeon hd 6700 what is 1 week old and also I have updated the drivers and install the over software for my graphic card but I still get the screen issue .

Can anyone help me out.

Thanks all:)
post #2 of 7
see if your current one has a second input and switch to that on your pc.
Perhaps if your on VGA switch to DVI or vise versa.....
If Not perhaps download a Linux live CD and see if you get the same issue from booting to that.
Does your MOBO have a video out? If So take the video card out and see if it happens.

Good Luck thumb.gif
post #3 of 7
Thread Starter 
My main screen is connected to my graphic card by DVI and my second screen is connected by VGA also my motherboard dose not have any screen inputs. When I boot into my Linix on my HDD I don't get the same problem. I run an 64bit Windows 7 and I download 64bit Java could that be an issue my mate thinks it might be but I'm unsure.
post #4 of 7
Uninstall and see if it helps. ~Although i am pretty sure YouTube doesn't have a whole lot of Java
Sounds like it is software related.
Now you said you have a dual mon set-up, when it goes "crazy" is it on both monitors or just one?
post #5 of 7
Thread Starter 
I always through YouTube only needs Flash player so that is why I through it want be java and when my screen go crazy it is both of them.
post #6 of 7
OK its one of two things, something in the software [could be java] or perhaps your GPU
I don't know if you have any spare GPUs laying around to swap and test...but that is one option.

Second Option:
Grab a spare Hard drive and reinstall windows see if it continues.

Other than that i am not sure.
Sorry i couldn't be more help
post #7 of 7
Thread Starter 
Ok thanks for the help mate. I will try your tips later:)
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