Is my graphics card broken or repairable?
I have an Nvidia GTX 560ti 1.25gb card and I turned on my computer Saturday to find the screen had gone pink. I looked it up and found that some call this the Pink Screen of Death, is it repairable or will I have to request a new card from PC-Specialist? Also I have tried two different VGA DVI connectors and both turn the screen pink, so I am pretty sure that it is the card
If it is under warranty you should get a replacement (assuming is faulty) straight away, try calling PCS technical support and they will help you diagnose the issue and request an RMA if necessary.
Originally Posted by Sammas
Last edited by keynes; 02-07-12 at 20:43.
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Might be worth trying to update/reinstall graphics driver.
Try starting in safemode,disable nvidia display driver in device manager,right click on device/disable.
restart computer normally,download the driver from here,
when installing driver select custom install and check the box for clean install.
Thanks for the replies, vanthus I have tried this and it seems like the problem is still there, so I will follow ruben's advice and contact PCS tomorrow. Thank you for your help.