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okay this is prbly the stupidest thing ive done... well my emachine crashed the other day and i was trying to isolate the problem... the computer wasnt getting to the windows screen and i went into the computers menu and started turning off some drivers that were not needed and it was late i guess i was tired or something and accidently turned off the video driver. so when i start it up it wont show video at all ive tried some of those fn shortcuts or whatever and they didnt work. and plz dont say to try to go in blind and turn it back on cuz ive tried that many times i cant seem to get there. plz help

Edited by cpu problems, 19 December 2008 - 03:37 AM.

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find the book that came with your computer, find the motherboard type(manufacturer) and the model no. google up your video driver with your motherboard details and download your video driver, but i dont really think that problem, if that does not work you can try downloading new video codecs, google it up, too much info
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