Question about Sony VAIO® VGC-RC310G PC Desktop
If you can no longer read your screen when booting to your rescue disks then your video card is bad and must be replaced.
If you can boot into Windows Safe Mode and read your screen your video card is NOT bad, but you should remove your video card drivers in safe mode. Windows will then revert to VGA mode. You can use your rescue disks to reinstall the video drivers, but better would be go to Sony's website and download the latest drivers and install them. You can put them on a USB stick and tell Windows where to find them while reinstalling.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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