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TMan7000

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This is what my screen looks like in safe mode...

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As you can see I am running a virus scan...I can not boot into regular windows...I have tried repairing the OS and I just reinstalled the video card drivers. PLEASE NOTE! I have not changed anything and it was working fine yesterday. After the virus scan is complete I will take more pictures of what it does on the start up because it does this most of the time the computer is on. I have checked all internal and external connections to no avail. Now I am thinking that I might need to try a new video card if no one has any ideas. Thanks for your help

Edited by TMan7000, 04 July 2006 - 11:54 AM.

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Kat...Why did you remove my picture??? Anyways for those who can't see the picture(like me) here is the link
http://img250.images.../noflash2sm.jpg

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This is the first thing that is on the screen
http://img479.images...33/start1us.jpg

The Windows Loading Page

http://img241.images...dowslogo7ix.jpg

I don't really have a clue as to what is up

Edited by TMan7000, 04 July 2006 - 11:42 AM.

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I can not boot into regular windows..


Have you tried f8 on startup and setting startup to normal mode?
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yes
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Also a ''last known good configuration''?
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yes...I jsut added new pictures

Edited by TMan7000, 04 July 2006 - 11:43 AM.

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anyone have any ideas at all?
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bump
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should I try a different video card?
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i think that is what I will do...I just talked to a friend and he said that his computer was like that when his card was fried
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