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:tazz: ;) CAN SOMEONE HELP ME TO REMOVE IT ;) :tazz:

Edited by edr1986, 08 June 2005 - 03:28 PM.

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Do you get this after you reboot

Can you access any programmes,start or control panel

Edited by Keith, 08 June 2005 - 03:35 PM.

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AFTER I REBOT MY PC

I CAN ACCES FOR 20MINS -30 MINS OR SUMTIMES 1HR
AFTER IT GOSES LIKE DAT YOU CANT DO NUFFTIN AND HAVE TO PRESS D RESTART BUTON
AND HAPPES AGIN
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it could be virus?
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press F8 wen u restart and go into safe mode with networking then scan for viruses
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I USE PANDA ANTI VIRUS PROGRAM NO VIRUS FORUND IT SAYS
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Check the manufacturers site for graphics card drivers
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HOW CAN I KNOW THE SITE

MY GRAPHIC CARD IS A VAGSAVE :s
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open the case of the computer and then look to see what type of vid card u ave then just search on google for the drivers
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Get Everest Home

http://www.lavalys.c...p?pid=1&lang=en

click + next to computer then summary and see what it says for video adapter
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ANIT THERE PROGRAM TO REMOVE IT
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The information between the monitor and the PC is incorrect, possibly beacause the monitor setting has changed or the video adapter drivers have an error

You can click start then my computer then view system information then hardware then device manager, click the + next to monitors, left click the monitor then right click then click uninstall, click to confirm and reboot the PC
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