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Lines and a buzz sound then pc freezes tell I reboot

by mike114848 / December 8, 2014 7:16 PM PST

I have a Acer ASPIRE M5910 Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium... desk top and It will start a buzz sound and I get these lines similar to rail road tracks that come on the screen and go off and come on again it does this for about a minute or so then the pc freezes up and I have to reboot. Its fine after the reboot and only does it once in awhile.\

Before its done it quite a lot and I was getting the blue screen too, but I reinstalled windows about a month or so ago and haven't had any trouble tell yesterday I got the lines and the buzz again first time since the reinstall and so far only once. I have a picture of the lines I took with a camera to show but I don't see any way to upload it
thanks for any help or suggestions

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You can use
by itsdigger / December 8, 2014 7:44 PM PST

Dropbox or many others to post a pic.

Digger

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upload pic
by mike114848 / December 10, 2014 4:51 PM PST
In reply to: You can use

I still don't understand what u mean to upload a pic

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