Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Got it to check for something, but it's been going for TWO HOURS!!! No "X", no button, nada.... my mom is not computer savvy and thinks that shutting down a computer will cause all of her stuff to go (becuase her "calculator does that"...oh boy) anyway to do this without giving my mom a heart attack?
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Double-click the "System" icon. Choose the "Device Manager" tab. Press the "+" next to "Display Adapters" to view installed display adapters. Highlight the adapter listed and click "Remove" then "OK." Close all open windows and restart the computer.
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