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Windows 7 is crashing after turning the power on (Resolved)


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zadric

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So the problem starts when i was installing a new graphics card from www.nvidia.com. while it was in the process of installing, the screen suddenly turn black. So i turned off the computer then turn the computer on again and it's still black, and then i do the same thing again and this time it worked. And the menu that makes you choose to use safe mode or run it like normaly appear, i choose run it like normally then sometimes it would load and then stopped mid-loading or a bluescreen appears. So i restarted it again and this time i choose safe mode, it worked then i just searched for nvidia to delete it but it's already gone, so i restarted it and it works i can run it normaly. But everytime i turned it off, it's really hard to get it on again because the loading will stop mid-loading or a bluescreen. I have to go to safe mode and restart it to run like normal. Can anyone explain what's happening and how to fix it?
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Now for some reason it worked but still, if anyone knows what's the problem pls tell me and how to fix them
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:welcome:   zadric,

 

Couple of possible causes, if you still need help in checking it out post back with an update and we will take a look for you.


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