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Detecting array it does not work because no 8 mb buffer in there. There are from 16 m to 128m. Also i could not go to VGA by put f8. Please advice. My E-machine model is T-3418

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  • bethuy Sep 09, 2008

    I am sorry. I could not boot it. when i turn on pc it's appear the black screen with " Detecting array..." and stay on untill i am turn it off. Thank you

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First depending on how much ram you have, set the video display in the BIOS Set Up setting to 128MB, this will use 128mb of your ram memory to use for video display.

next boot into windows and right click any where on the desktop in an empty space, go down to "properties" and left click go to the "Settings" tab...what is the screen resolution and color settings set at? Mine is 1024 X 726 32Bit true color

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