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Help!!!!! I can't login to windows :@

After alot of problem I formated and re-installed windows, that went fine!

Everythig was fine until I started installing the motherboard drivers.

I pressed install all, and I think because it installed the JMicro JMB36X RAID Controller Driver my computer now is stuck on black screen and I can't boot to windows, not even in safe mode.

Please help me, how can I get around this and uninstall it to continue installing the rest of the drivers? :'(

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    Thnks but I've already given it to engineers now, I gave up! Didn't want to mess it up even more :(

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Inset and boot from windows CD after all drivers etc loaded asks what you want to do Install repair etc
Press R for repair and follow instructions you should not lose files but ir should enable you to start computer

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