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My screen is completely black but i can still see my mouse.

My card is PCI Express, and i think this is the AGP forum, oops. I am not sure what to do. I doubt that d/l new drivers in safemode would do anything. I am affraid my card may be fried. I have tried switching the HDMI cable to the other port, and I still have that problem.

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Re: My screen is completely black but i can still see my...

Try uninstalling your current drivers. Download and install new ones from the manufacture's site.
If problem persits, this means that the graphics card itself is fried/damaged.

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