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Geforce 6200 problem

I just formatted my computer with a windows XP CD i bought at future shop and it worked fine when i never installed the graphics card but when i put the CD in and installed it, the start menu and so many other things had multiple icons as if there is more than one icon. When i clicked on them though, the program that was supposed to be there ran. what should i do to fix this problem?

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Re: Geforce 6200 problem

Hi, go into your BIOS at bootup [press delete] and disable the onboard graphics. this should correct the problem as it appears you have a dual signal.

Regards mistyman

Posted on Oct 15, 2007

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