Question about Computers & Internet
You didn't say what OS you're using...
1. Boot to your OS, Uninstall ALL video drivers.
2. Remove the hardware (assuming you're running a Windows machine), via Device Manager.
3. Reboot the machine in Safe Mode. After getting to the desktop, then run the driver installation application. Reboot when told to.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
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