Question about ATI RADEON X600 Pro, (128 MB) PCI Express Graphic Card

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No display I have a HP ZD8000, 3.2 processor, X600 video card. When the computer starts the boot, I have a display, however when it goes to Windows, I have a blank scrren. I can see the back light is working. Once it came up and the message read VPU could not recover a hardware deadlock. Now the thing just blue screens me and reboots before I can read the error. I went so far as to reload the machine, but it would recover. Any Ideas?

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You need to boot to safemode and reset your resolution it sounds like someone has set the resolution higher than the monitor can support, just press F8 right after the post screen goes away when you turn it on, then select safe mode, once in safe mode go to your display settings and set the res and color depth to a low settings ie. 800x600 or 1024x768 then reboot and it should work

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