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Have disabled vga adaptor:s have no screen now

Hi..i have a 2 and a half year old packard bell imedia 1459 desktop..it came with an onboard ati radeon xpress 200 card which i attempted to update over the net..durin installing it told me to delete old driver first so i did then tried reinstalling..then when i checked the device i was using it said i was using vga adaptor..so i clicked disable and was prompted to restart computer..once i restarted, the packard bell screen came up then then the XP logo as usual then the screen goes black and thats it!!! a friend suggested takin battery off of motherboard to reset it but it didnt work..please help??

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You have disabled the vga adapter of your system
now start your system in a safe mode by pressing f8 continuosly during the booting, then restore your computer to the back date

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