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reggaemusicman

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:tazz: I was watching a video on windows media player and it frose. So, I turned of my computer and when I turned it back on. All I got was a black screen. The monitor is working for sure I tested it on another computer. Is something wrong with the video card? Or, is it something else

Edited by reggaemusicman, 14 June 2005 - 10:46 AM.

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Boot the PC and keep tapping the F8 key until you get the options screen, select safe mode, if it loads to the desktop then you could look at reinstalling the drivers for the video card
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ok, when i get home i will try it. I will let you know whats happens.

thanks
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