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I was using my mac pro 3.2 octo from 2009 without any troubles.Recently it started giving non stop trouble.I have 2 gb ram from the factory and another 2 from 3rd party.My problem is when I boot my mac I am getting some strange vague designs and it freezez.I tried shifting the boot hard disk from slot 1 to slot 2, booting with either set of ram,changing the graphic card slot etc.Please help.

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That's the sign of a possible defective graphics card. Do you have another you can substitute in its place to test whether or not it may be the problem?
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Don't think it will help much but you might try the second monitor connection if your card supports dual monitors.

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