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Have you tried booting into safe mode to see if it is a driver issue? You can do so by restarting your PC and continually pressing F8 before windows starts. You should see a menu come up where you can select Safe mode with networking. This should load minimal drivers. If your video works in that mode then you can be sure it is a problem with your new driver if you recently installed one.
Posted on Oct 12, 2013
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Hi Sir, please check the screen setting properties or possibly you accidentally raise the task bar.
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