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After installing XP driver Computer dont boot after showing the windows logo. Monitor goes to black screen like standby mode. I tried various version of driver for this card. but it does not work. But without driver it works. can anybody help me about this ?

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Re: After installing XP driver Computer dont boot after...

I sound like the the driver corrupted some of your system files. Can you boot into safe mode and perform a system restore to before you installed the driver. If that works make sure you download the newest drivers from the nvidia website.

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