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Javadude

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Ok... My computer look as though it is in safe-mode, but it isnt! The background appears weirldly but in a safe-mode style! If, I try to change by resoloution it changes itself back and when I change the screen size it makes the computer restart!! I have recently fixed my computer after a serious problem, but I sorted that by myself..

This is annoying and I cant fix it!!

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Have you tried reinstalling your video drivers?
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How to do that???? I dont install/re-install I fix!!
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Ok, here's a series of questions that will help me know where to begin...

1) do you know what type of video card you have?
2) do you know where to download new drivers for that card?
3) do you know how to install new drivers?

Most likely the drivers are corrupt and need to be reinstalled. Once I know what type of video card you have I can point you to a site to download the newest drivers for it and help you install them. After we try this, if the problem isn't fixed, we can try some other fixes.
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NO
NO
NO

Probably so! I will get a mate to help me with this!! I will tell you then.. While I wait are there any other fixes??
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is this windows me?
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Yes it is Me... But I have now fixed thanks for interest!!
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