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If you started a system restore from your CD, all of your data is gone and you must rely on your backups. Usually if you press F8 just before it tries to boot, you may be able to use the recovery partition on the hdd.
I'm not sure what model of notebook you have. However if your computer is not reading the jump drives, maybe you need to allow microsoft updates so just released drivers for various ports could be update.
When you start your computer, keep hitting the F8 key. you will get a menu that comes up.. Choose the VGA mode.. this will stop the computer from loading video drivers and will allow you to install the new monitor.
Give that a try.. Hope it helps... let me know
Do you have the original Driver and Application (DAR) CD? If so change your BIOS setting to boot from CD first and boot from the DAR. This will take you to the backup partition DICE (Disk Image Special Addition) on your hard drive. This will allow you to restore your system to the original drive image configuration. You will loose all your data!!!!!!!