My monitor screen appears broken down

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My computer is running  but I am facing a problem that  is my screen appears broken down when I want to convert anything  or viewing image in my computer. Why and how can I solve this problem from my computer forever?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #79517

My monitor screen appears broken down


From your description, I assume that the issue is that the computer hangs whenever you try to view some media or any task which consumes memory.

 You can try solving the issue by any of the following methods:

  1. Try increasing the video RAM. This can be done by reconfiguring the BIOS. Ensure that atleast 256 MB of RAM is shared for VGA.
  2. If you have any extra empty slots for RAM installation, you can try installing extra RAM which will definitely improve the performance on the system as a whole.
  3. If the above two steps are fairly difficult to execute, you can try increasing the virtual memory. This can be done by selecting the System Properties and choosing Advanced option. For this to be possible, you should have enough free space available on the C: drive. 



Answered By 590495 points N/A #79518

My monitor screen appears broken down


I think your problem here doesn’t concern your monitor. If the image on your screen sometimes suddenly freezes, especially when you are viewing graphics or maybe a picture, try uninstalling your video card’s driver from the Device Manager.

After that, check your computer for any possible errors. Use a disk utility application to check the system. For a much thorough diagnostics on the system, use a disk utility application like Norton Utilities, PC Tools Performance Toolkit, or Norton SystemWorks. After the disk check, install the video card’s driver again.

This will fix any corrupted files in the installation and will restore the settings back to default.

If this doesn’t help and your screen still appears like that, try updating your video card’s driver. Using your web browser, visit your video card’s website then download the latest version that supports your operating system.

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