HTPC tv screen issue

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    Hi all,



    I'm experiencing this weird issue that popped up just today, yesterday everything was fine.
    I'm not sure if there's any technical term for this but my problem is that the HD Ready screen (sharp aquos) has the picture constantly moving from bottom to top. So I see multiple "instances" of the screen moving upwards. It seems like some sync issue with something, don't know too much about this.
    I have an HDMI connection from my graphics card (with hdmi out, also tried DVI with a converter plug) to the tv, the cable is attached fine, could it be caused by the cable?
    I did a load fail safe defaults in bios (was pretty hard to get right with this kinda issue going on) but did not help. I can try a cmos clear, haven't done that yet.

    Do you guys have any idea? Nothing changed since the last days software or hardware wise afaik.
     
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