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I have an INTEL motherboard with onboard video card, and recently I've been getting this ialmrnt5 driver error.. So I reinstall the drivers and stuff and then finally I got this BSOD and then now whenever I turn on the computer, it runs and all but it doesn't show up on the monitor. The monitor just have an orange light power.

I put in this other video card that I got from my other computer that broke that also ran WinXP but then it still the same thing. Do I have to do something else? I can't even see the screen... What do I do??
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I suspect you need to access the bios and disable the on board video.
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Ok, I unplugged it and replugged the card again and it works. Its some sort of Nvdia video card.. But for some reason it keeps shutting down on me like when I click a folder or when I leave it idle for a minute..

Do I need a new driver?!

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ok this is wierd, I try to boot into safe mode networking to install new drivers for the card. But then it automatically resets me. I do it again and now I got where I first came from. Just black image, but this time with the video card I put in..

I think something is wrong with my chipset because earlier before I installed some sort of chipset installation....

What do I do now?!
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ok ok, this is really wierd. i took out the added video card that i put in and now i plugged my monitor to my onboard video card.. it waasn't fried. it turned on..

now i'm back where i came from. THE BEGINNING.. but if I get my ialmrnt5 driver error again, what do I do??
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