I see green rectangle boxes that Twinkle when I'm in Windows Media Center and on the Internet.

I adjust my display on my screen several times controls, but it does not help. The rectangles are sometimes Green; sometimes red and green. They sparkle. When I record a TV show they are particularly horrible so that I can not see the program. Now, they appear when I'm on the Internet, Facebook and even now a little here. My Documents also present these colors.

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Hello

Looks like you have corrupted graphics drivers or graphics hardware fault

try going to your graphic card manufacturers site or computer and are looking for the driver download section

Search your computer or graphics card model number based on what you have and download and install the latest graphics drivers for vista

http://support.Dell.com/support/downloads/index.aspx?c=us&l=en&s=Gen

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