Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional With Servise Pack 2 (e8503040) for PC
Make sure you have the installation discs for your ATI card. While turning on your computer, repeatedly press the "F8" key. Eventually a menu should pop up giving you a number of choices. Choose Safe Mode. It will then reboot, and you will see a lot of different information. Don't worry that is normal. You may also get a Grey box that will ask if you really want to go to Safe Mode. Say yes. You will need to know what the Administrator password is for your computer. Once you have logged in, go to your Control Panel, and choose System. A window will open up with a number of tabs. Choose the hardware tab. Then choose Device Manager. A window will open. There will be a list of items with "+" beside each. Go to Display Adapters. Right click on each and every item there and Unistall them all. If after you choose each one you get a request for a reboot choose "No". Once they have all been unistalled, then let the computer reboot. It should boot normally now. Your computer will be working as a very basic display item. Once the bootup is finished, place your installation disc in your drive and install your drivers. This should solve the problem. If your computer will not show anything when you try your initial bootup to go to Safe Mode then you have a more serious problem. You will have to take your computer to one of your local repair shops and have them take a look at it.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
You need to use the other monitor because the display resolution is out of range already. You need to reset again the display properties.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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