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Help i have a blue screen and it is asking me to change my video card but i don't have the drivers

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It is probably that the blue screen is asking to change your screen resolution
instead of your video card, isn't it? or not?

If you're asking to change your screen resolution do this...

Restart your computer and after restart hit F8 (before load Windows)

Select "Safe mode"

Change your screen resolution

If you need to replace your video card, you have to get one new first, in that case the video card comes with the drivers to install it.
If you have one but without drivers, see the model and brand to get the drivers on the net.

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Hi,

Blue screens causes your system not to boot properly. It could be a corrupted video driver, system registry or could be a problem with a hardware component of' your system. Windows update causes also blue screens and incompatible application installed in the system as well.

You may try to boot your computer to following option.

Last known good configuration
Safe mode with networking.

1. Restart the system. At the moment you are turning on your system. After pressing the power button.. Keep on tapping F8 key (on/off) until you have the message "Advanced boot option"

2. Select the 1st option: Last known good configuration.. Press Enter until you have your login screen. If it doesn't work you may try the second option which is the "safe mode with networking".

If the two option won't work, you may need to try repairing the operating system or reinstall windows.

Keep me posted.

Thanks.

Posted on Oct 16, 2008

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