04-02-2018 07:11 PM
I bought my computer only two weeks ago. Its the HP 870-224 OMEN by HP Desktop - Intel Core i5 - 8GB Memory - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 - 1TB Hard Drive. Two nights ago, one of my games began to crash regularly (Siege). Today, another is contantly crashing (PUBG) and now the display is all pixelated and there are actually many, many pixels missing as if the monitor was broken. But the monitor is also brand new and works fine (beautifully) with all the laptops in the house. Only having issues with this new desktop, so its not the monitor. I updated the graphics driver hoping that may be it, but no difference. Ideas?
04-02-2018 07:40 PM
@Skye9624, welcome to the forum.
Since you have tested the monitor on other computers, I suspect that it could be a video card problem. I suggest removing it and connecting to the Integrated Video to see if that works. If so, you should contact HP Customer Support for help.
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