Weird stuff happining with my Windows PC.

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  1. TheKingy34
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    Hello. I have some wierd stuff happining with my Windows 10 desktop and it is kinda making me mad. So, after a hour or so of use, my computer shows a random colour (or color, whatever you say.) one was white, the next one was blue. I have managed to take a picture using my nearest phone, so the quality is crappy. Here:
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    Yes, I know. Crappy quality. So like 3 mins after that, it reboots and looks normal, until I sign in. It signs me in as a temporary user. Can anybody help? I googled this and found no answers. Thanks.
     
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    civickm Rocky Mountain IT Guy

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    Have you installed any new video drivers? If you can provide a better picture that would be great.
     
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    crappy quality is an understatement, its just a giant blur

    the whole screen just goes a solid color or can you still stuff behind it?
     
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    It is just a blank screen.
     
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    Originality Chibi-neko

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    I've had two different computers run into a problem sounding like like that running with a GTX 770. It would work normally then suddenly crashes with a different colour blank screen on both monitors (sometimes grey, sometimes pink, sometimes brown, etc). It turned out to be a fault in the VRAM of the graphics card. Unfortunately both cards were out of the standard warranty period so there was little to do but replace them.
     
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    TheTurkGamer GBAtemp Regular

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    In your computer eating all your data
    windows 10 has many issues
     
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    Originality Chibi-neko

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    If it's the same as I've experienced, then it's not exclusive to Windows 10. I've seen it happen on Windows 7 and 8.1 too.