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02-04-2009 10:18 AM
I have an HP d5200t ATX with a GeForce 9800GT 1GB card hooked up to an
HP w2558hc monitor. I see significant video corruption (red lines, etc)
often when the monitor is resumed from a sleep state, or sometimes even
when the system is power-cycled. This happens both while running an OS
like Vista or Linux, or even when booting up from scratch. Below are
4 images -- the boot screen in a bad/good state (ignore the camera
flash for the bad state), and a Vista desktop in a bad/good state.
Sometimes when in a bad state, the monitor reports that it is being
driven at 1922x1200 instead of 1920x1200.
Can you help me understand if this might be a driver issue or is it more likely a
hardware issue? I've searched around various forums, etc and haven't
found any mention of others having the same problem, which would tend
to indicate a bad card. Any insights would be greatly appreciated,
Version number information:
Video BIOS: 62.92.34.00.35
Vista driver: 18.104.22.16878, 10/15/2008
Linux driver: 180.25