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accidently disabled all display adapters need help immediately

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so i accidently disabled all my display drivers so now when i boot up it goes to the windows loading screen like normal but then the screen goes completely black. I know that it is still on because i can hear the windows startup sound however i don't see anything on the screen. I need help immediately please!!!!!!
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Have you tried booting up using last known good config?
When you power the machine on, you'll see the first screen which normally does the memory check (count) & detects the drives. As soon as this screen disappears, press the F8 key several times, until the boot menu appears.
From the boot menu, select the 'Last known good configuration' option.
That should solve the problem
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