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SYSTEM LOCKED - VIDEO DRIVER ERROR

Dell inspiron 6000 system locked blue screen says video driver not installed, suggest removing latest hardware or software downloads. No recent download. I tried to run in safe mode, I get to the prompts then balnk screen with "safe mode" in the corners. No control. Do I need a new video card or driver? Then, can I get it on a disc since I can't do much on the "bad" computer.
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Why dont you try to remove your video card and then connect it properly.and then check if you are getting the error.or try to re-install the video drivers.

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