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ati all in wonder pci

I have a supermicro sba mb ,500pentium iii with 128mgs pc100 mem 16megs ati allin wonder pro card usr56.5 pci modem and a 17" cybervision monitor. My problem is the color on the monitor shows a pink screen in and out. lines go through it and colors pulse in and out. Is that a video card doing it or the monitor. I know its a tough one to answer but someone may have the same thing happen to them before i just don't want to replace both. It dosen't happen all the time just occasionally. I want to figure it out before the warrenty runs out on the parts . I built it myself from scratch.
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hewittgCommented:
Xamn,
Do you have temporary acces to another monitor.  If so, this should elilminate one thing.

Glenn
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hewittgCommented:
And a power cord.

Nice set up.

Glenn
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1cellCommented:
i would say it's the monitor but see if replacing the drivers for both the vid card and the monitor.
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sorgieCommented:
Also Check your monitor cable and pin connections.

Does it show up the same when you boot to safe mode with just safe modes stardard drivers??
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sorgieCommented:
Also Check your monitor cable and pin connections.

Does it show up the same when you boot to safe mode with just safe modes standard drivers??
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sorgieCommented:
Damn i'm studdering!!!!

Sorry
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sinclairjCommented:
I agree.  Check booting in standard VGA mode.  If the problem persists I expect it is the video card.
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DamiengCommented:
I had something similar happen to me, but it was an old monitor.  How old is your monitor?  When I replaced my monitor it solved the problem.
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xman12Author Commented:
the monitor is new as well as the rest of the computer
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FixingitCommented:
Goto BIOS>BIOS Features,Check PCI/VGA Palette Snoop should be set to DISABLED if it is change to ENABLED.
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hewittgCommented:
Go for the auto answer points.  Haven't we met before?
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FixingitCommented:
Fixingit changed the proposed answer to a comment
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darinwCommented:
Reviewing question.

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