Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Your video drivers are simply corrupt. no need to download a new motherboard driver.open device manager and remove all devices under "display adapters" and any "other devices". once removed re boot the computer and problem wil be solved.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
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