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Display driver problem

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I'm using Asus laptop and one day it started freezing a lot. (complete freeze where alt+ctrl+del doesn't work)

So when I tried using recovery disk, the laptop completely stopped working after it tried to configure windows for the first time. I tried booting it using usb linux (damn small linux) and found out that i couldn't access any of the hard drive.

So i ran to the store and bought brand new internal hard-driver, same SATA model with slightly higher capacity. (I also added 2G RAM. I checked the compatibility so i doubt this was the problem.) Now I can run vista but the screen is all messed up. (it has purple virtical bars everywhere!)

I tried to install Windows XP instead after this half-successful recovery, it again gave me a "cannot find hard disk" error.

One after another, it failed to detect video card after the reboot.

It doesn't seem like a hard disk failure(since it's brand new) nor the graphic card problem to me. is there anything more I can try?

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  • pencil_craft Mar 07, 2009

    actually since I changed my hard disk, I don't have recovery point before the problem. My old hard disk which came with laptop doesn't work at all anymore.

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Hi there ;
hey can u boot into the safe mode and go to the system restore from there and restore it just before the time that it messed up if not please let me know there is still things that we can do
best regards mike

Posted on Mar 07, 2009

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