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Vista hangs to black screen after driver install. Nvidia


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pcsoldier69

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well I used 2 good power supplys and it still is doing the same thing.
vista starts to load green bars go by, after that hangs on black screen.
if I disable 8800gt Nvidia card in device manager.
vista starts ok.

I was told by microsoft if it starts with the device disabled that it is a compatability issue with Nvidia's Drivers and the mother board.

Remeber I did try this on a msi board with the same chipset! 750i sli Nvidia.
the same thing happened with that board!
Great, way to go Nvidia
your chipset
your Video card
your Drivers
And I am wondering why it wont work. LOL.

Thanks for all your help peaple.
Just dont know what I am going to tell this customer. Im Twistin in the wind.

Edited by pcsoldier69, 09 April 2010 - 06:15 PM.

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Well, MSI board is knows for this kind of issue with their bios. You're not the only one went through all the headache about this.
Could you try a different version of bios from msi website and see if it works for you. There were reports that this method worked on some MSI board.
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