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It starts up fine until a blue screen pops up

When I turn on the computer, it starts up fine until its gets to the windows 2000 screen then a blue screen pops up that says that it was not able to load device driver. You can't do anything shutdown or restart. I tried everything but it still won't work.

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    Rob May 11, 2010

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Hi

i think one of the drivers are the culprit. heres what you should do:
open your system unit and remove all the pci cards except the vga card. and turn on the computer.if it starts fine, then turn it off and hook each card one by one.

hope this helps
Kind regards
RAhL_hunk

Posted on Mar 10, 2009

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