CRT DISPLAY FLICKERS....

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Hello,



I Have an HP PC,2006 model, Asterope 3 motherboard,2gb ram ddr2 and one HD 3650 PCI express display card....

I am experiencing a problem with my monitor display....
I Don know whats causing this problem...
Every time i open my PC, its display flickers... Sometimes lit flickers less sometime it flickers more... Initially i thought my monitor is faulty so i tried connecting another monitor which was perfectly fine..
But When i connected that to my system ,its display begin to flicker too..
That means problem wasn't in monitor as my monitor is also working fine with other systems, showing no display flickering...
I tried changing my monitor wires, connectors,adjusting speakers,Changing display hardware, updating display drivers but the issue is not resolving...
However when i format my system the display doesn't flicker...
But when i update windows then this problem begins...
But i don't think updating windows can cause such a problem....
I tried troubleshooting options,surfing net for possible solutions but I am unable to solve this issue...
Pls Help....

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Hello.

The following are some reasons for your problem.

1) Bad pysical connection.

Check all the connections.

2) May be because of input voltage.

Try connecting your monitor on a different electric outlet

3) Corrupted Drivers.

Install your display drivers.

4) Check your screen refreshing rate.

Go to "Settings" option in "Display Properties" window--->Click on "Advanced"

button ---->click on "Monitor" tab-->Check your "Screen refresh rate" --->

reduce the value. Try changing to 60Hertz

5) Set your screen resolution to 1024X768 and check whether the problem

exists or not. ( Don't cross the your monitor resolution limit)

Good Luck.
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Hi Jack 4 all...
Thanks for your suggestions..
But i have already tried all this...
God knows where the flaw exists...
somebody suggested that try updating your system bios drivers...
But i dnt know how to update them..
Windows automatic update doesn't update bios drivers..
Can this be the problem??
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Hello,
Windows automatic update is totally different. First try updating your graphics drivers. You can
download the drivers from the manufacture website. Click on the below link.
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/siteHome?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us
You can download the BIOS update file also from your manufacture website. For instructions,
click on the "More info" in the BIOS download section and then view directions.
Also make sure that the problem is not coming because of bad VGA cable.
Good Luck.
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