Re: HELP!Blue Screen/Lines On My Display-Big Problem!!!
If your computer has any type of warranty take it in.
Open the case and look for rodents, bugs, twigs, carpet, stray cats and that missing slice of pizza. Oh, and dust. No dust please.
Carefully vacum it out - with the power off to the computer. If available to you, use one of those cans of Air to blow out HSF and case/psu fans.
It would seem that if it is not a software issue that it is hardware and by the sounds of it, may be too late to fix other then a video card swap.
Everything in a computer tends to run warm, and by insulating it with dust and the like it goes from warm to hot real fast - the way I read the symptoms is an over heating issue that has run its course to the point of hardware (gpu) damage.
Take the card out - it will be what your monitor cable is connected to. Plug the monitor into the on board connection to the motherboard. Taking the video card out should be as "easy" as one hex/phillips screw, removing the monitor cable, and possible a motherboard/video card "lock" that is easily depressed. Tug carefully, make sure not to put any pressure on caps or anything on the video card its self.
Reboot and see if lines/glitching still there. Your onboard video may or may not support very many video game options, but should give you an idea if your 9500 is toast or not.
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