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    Hello,

    I am using Windows Vista Home Premium and I was wondering if you guys could please help me out.

    Whenever I watch a film, it seems as though I am able to watch about half of it before the problem occurs, but then it appears and will not go away until Windows Media Centre is closed and opened again.

    The problem that appears is a mass of patchy green squares that seem to flicker.

    Any ideas? I certainly hope so, I have had enough of this!

    My previous thread was locked and I am still having problems, this time I have got some images which demonstrate the problem (along with a short video clip to demonstrate it).







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    It would be nice if someone replied to this thread in order to help me.

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    looks like graphic card trouble or media but if ur getting this with all then it looks like graphic card problem.

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