My computer can't seem to find the System Configuration (msconfig), in fact I don't seem to have it.
When I type it into the start menu and hit enter it just says "Windows is searching for msconfig.exe" and then doesn't find it. I did a seperate search for "msconfig" and found nothing, I also searched for "System Configuration", all it found was a shortcut
to msconfig which is, of course, missing.
I'm on Windows Vista.
Thanks in advance.
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It sure looks like a hardware problem to me - either with the monitor or with the video card (it's hard to tell which without swapping out a good one for one of the potentially bad ones to see if the problem moves).
If you update both drivers but the problem persists, then it's almost certainly a hardware problem with one or both of those devices. You'll need to either send it back to the computer manufacturer for testing and replacement or find a competent, reputable
computer repair technician (NOT Geek Squad or any of those big store centers). If you have a spare of either device that you know works, swap it with the one on your system to see if the problem goes away. If it does, then that's the bad device. If it doesn't,
then it's the other device that's bad.
I hope this helps.
P.S. Sorry it took so long to reply. I didn't notice your post until this other post came up - I didn't get an email notification for some reason (there have been some problems with the email notification system for the past few weeks).
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