Karl`s PC Help Forums Last active: Never
Not logged in [Login ]
Go To Bottom

In memory of Karl Davis, founder of this board, who made his final journey 12th June 2007

Post Reply
Who Can Post? All users can post new topics and all users can reply.
Username   Need to register?
Password:   Forgot password?
Subject: (optional)
Icon: [*]
Formatting Mode:
Normal
Advanced
Help

Insert Bold text Insert Italicised text Insert Underlined text Insert Centered text Insert a Hyperlink Insert E-mail Hyperlink Insert an Image Insert Code Formatted text Insert Quoted text Insert List
Message:
HTML is Off
Smilies are On
BB Code is On
[img] Code is On
:) :( :D ;)
:cool: :o shocked_yellow :P
confused2 smokin: waveysmiley waggyfinger
brshteeth nananana lips_sealed kewl_glasses
Show All Smilies

Disable Smilies?
Use signature?
Turn BBCode off?
Receive email on reply?
The file size of the attachment must be under 200K.
Do not preview if you have attached an image.
Attachment:
    

Topic Review
LSemmens

[*] posted on 6-1-2015 at 00:06
It's a good thing that you didn't take me up on my offer. I've just found that I can't find any of my spare cards. (My recent debacle with my file server proved that).
scholar

[*] posted on 5-1-2015 at 22:45
When I've paid money for a computer, it has usually been the cheap on-the-motherboard kind--but, on this computer of Ruby's, there is an installed video card which is better than the integrated one.
victor

[*] posted on 5-1-2015 at 22:30
Thanks for the offer Leigh, son has fixed it for me it was the video card, he gave me it for Xmas and fitted it, I don't know if he picked it up here or in NZ before coming over.
LSemmens

[*] posted on 30-11-2014 at 10:20
Should be a standard AGP card possibly early PCI-E. I have a collection of AGP cards if you get desparate. You could probably find a second hand one at a nearby 'puter shop for a couple of bucks.
victor

[*] posted on 30-11-2014 at 06:29
Separate card Scholar two monitor outputs, the PC is ten years old so don't know about get a replacement card.
scholar

[*] posted on 29-11-2014 at 23:40
Is the video part of the motherboard, or is it a separate graphics card?
LSemmens

[*] posted on 29-11-2014 at 00:24
Have you got a spare card?
victor

[*] posted on 28-11-2014 at 20:39
Negative on the monitors as I have two running and it's on both.
Had the board out and could see nothing suspicious put it back in but still the same problem,can only surmise it's on the way out.:(
John_Little

[*] posted on 28-11-2014 at 10:29
I reckon its a screen thing. Quaver could be right in that its noise from a dodgy connection but it could equally be a buggered screen. Have you not got an old one laying around anywhere?


Oh Oh Oh Oh!!!!!! Sudden inspiration! What about connecting it to the TV via an hdmi cable?
LSemmens

[*] posted on 28-11-2014 at 09:20
If it has been working and only just suddenly started I'd suspect a "mechanical" failure. Has anything moved since it last worked? Does it do it only in Windoze or at all times. I suspect it occurs at all times and am thinking that the video card might be a problem. Do you have a spare card / monitor you could use to test with? First I'd do is plug in anothe monitor, then another card.
waffler

[*] posted on 27-11-2014 at 22:23
http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_8-windows_install/windows-8-and-a-blue-bar-on-the-left-side-of-my/55d80 264-d0f8-430f-9d82-2c1bd90766ae
Quaver

[*] posted on 27-11-2014 at 22:18
It could be the monitor cable, have you checked that it's securely connected? Do you have a spare cable you can try?
victor

[*] posted on 27-11-2014 at 19:46
Unfortunately my trusted PC has suddenly generated vertical bars down the screen, when booting up they are red horizontal but change to vertical blue ones when windows loads, windows is working at the moment I am using it to place this post but the bars are permanently there in the background plus if you move anything it is colour washed out.
Tried going into BIOS but the navigation arrows where inoperable.
Would be grateful of any suggestions as to what the problem could