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Old 08-20-2007, 05:07 PM   #11
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Default Re: Bad video card or bad drivers?

Originally Posted by Jsy View Post
Can anyone answer my question about me having to use the boot-up disc in order to get into windows even though I just did a fresh install?
No, what he actually meant was to use a LiveCD of something like Knoppix or WHAX. It'll run straight off the CD and you can immediately see whether it's a bad card or drivers.

But you won't need to do that seeing as it's quite obviously a bad card from that screen dump alone.

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