Why Is My Computer Monitor Flickering?

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The looses or damaged cord from the monitor going to the computer tower could the cause of monitor flickering. It also results from a too-low refresh rate, from a failing monitor or video card, or from electromagnetic interference. A cell phone next to monitor also leads to flickering especially when active.
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1. Restart your computer. Windows has an irritating habit of developing quirky problems, but most of these can - inexplicably, at times - be solved by simply rebooting the computer.
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It can mean you have a bad virus when your screen flickers. It can also mean some of the wiring can be loose. People tend to worry when this happens because we automatically think
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Sagemore'sAnswer 1st thing, u should sure definition of flicker (info. @http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flicker %28screen%29) then comes to some pics of flicker(u can search flicker
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Check your monitor cable connector for any faulty or bent pins. Make sure the plug is firmly plugged into the CPU socket. Same goes for your input devices (mouse & keyboard).
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