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alienbreed

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CTRL+ALT+TAB? I see something pop up in the centre of the screen for a split second but then it's gone.?

I've got to get some sleep I'm too tired to even type but I'll follow all instructions tommorow.

Thanks a million, take care :)
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im attaching some images
this is from the first time you press CRTL+ALT+TAB

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then you press arrow 3 times to get to display drivers
then right to open drivers

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then you press enter

then CRTL+ALT+TAB ONCE
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ALT+U To Uninstall the driver
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then a warning pops up to confirm uninstall

press enter
then enter to let you about restart
then enter to restart computer

Hope this Helps
other than that i dont know any other way

Edited by Mr Freeze, 02 July 2008 - 03:47 PM.

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Aha!!!!!!!! Rolling back the drivers fixed it so I can at least use the old card! Thank you so much dude/everyone!!!!!!
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im glad it worked :)
should set a restore point
at you will have something to go back too
if you ever have this sort of problem again
remove those drivers through add/remove programs
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