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this will be the onboard VGA adaptor ( driver Missing Corrupt ) there are a couple of things to Try.
1:- remove power from Computer, Locate the Cmos battery ( small round battery that stores Bios Info ) remove battery for 10 seconds. replace. power up and boot.
2:- If your computer has an onboard graphics card Slot. AGP/Pci-express. add an additional card, and attempt to run on that card. to boot the computer, enabling you to re-install the corrupt/missing vga driver.
Make sure you don't have two video cards on your machine and have plugged into the wrong one. Failing that, open the case and make sure the card is plugged firmly in its slot (do this with the power off).
There must be a connection problem from monitor to pc, check the pins to see if any are bent in the plug to the pc.
If it is a seperate graphics card, check that it is seated correctly in the agp (brown) slot and not come loose.
Try booting in safe mode (F8) on boot and select boot Windows in safe mode(this will run pc with normal vga driver and not the graphics driver), and see if it stays on, if it does it is a graphics card driver fault, so re install.