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First you should have the driver for your graphic card, its always better to uninstall it rather than doing the update for most cases because these is the . Then try to go to safe mode, restart your computer and press f8, then choose safe mode, when you on your desktop right click my computer then go to manage or if you know how to go directly to the device manager, if you see the display adapter from there uninstall it and go to the control panel or in add/remove programs then make sure that the name of the video card driver is not there, e.g nvidia/inter graphic driver. Then go to the normal mode or you can stay on the safe mode and install it. If there is a latest driver update you can go to the card's manufacturer and download it and if you have the previous driver, always make sure to uninstall it.
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
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