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Hardware monitor error

My pc cant open to the win xp and it said hardware monitor error

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Hi,

Sounds like loose connection on your monitor card, if installed seperately, otherwise the wrong drivers installed.

Boot up in safe mode and uninstall the monitor drivers. and try and boot again.

Let me know if need further help.

regards,

Philip

Posted on Dec 01, 2008

  • Kuldip Singh Dec 01, 2008

    Hi,



    Sounds like loose connection on your monitor card, if installed seperately, otherwise the wrong drivers installed.



    Boot up in safe mode and uninstall the monitor drivers. and try and boot again.



    Let me know if need further help.



    regards,



    Philip

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