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I just recently bought a geforce 4 ti 4600 distributed by aopen. It worked great for 3 months, but now, every time i start up, there are grey vertical lines, from the top of the screen to the bottom of the screen. Pairs of 4 about 3 inches apart from eachother. Then when it gets into xp, there are just vertical lines, over the whole thing. When i try to reinstall the newest drivers, the OS restarts itself, then when it gets to the point where the desktop loads, the monitor turns itself off and gives me a message saying, check connection, check pc. Is my video card shot for some unknown reason? Is there anything i can do at all? This is horrible.
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Look is you monitor connected to Geforce TI 4600 and what kain of monitor you have?
The monitor needs to be connected to Geforce TI 4600
 

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the monitor is hooked up properly to the GeForce and i havw a plug and play proview monitor
 

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Hmm I dont know why it is happening but I will ask my friend what is the problem with your monitor.
I think your monitor is to old or broken.
But I will ask my friend
 

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If you purchased the retail version of the card from the store it should still have a warranty through aopen. You could try contacting them.

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I askt my friend and he says it is becouse of Geforce TI 4600 he thinks so go change Geforce TI 4600 and say that it is broken
 

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It's hardware failure of the chip on the board. I've seen that before - it happens only rarely on nvidia products though. Get a replacement from the distributor.
 
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