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Shut down, unplug or turn off power supply switch. if you have internal leds, wait till they're off! open case- remove video card- clean fingers with rubbing alcohol (use q-tips-gently), then, after alcohol evaporates, re-insert card- then, after restoring power, re-boot and try again!!
if this doesn't work, you may have driver problem, or a nasty virus. not a happy prospect! hopefully you have a video alternative, and can still access the internet.
if you have an anti-virus prog., update and run it. if not, try a2- it's free and pretty good. try going to Nvidea and downloading a new set of drivers.
if you have another graphics card, try using that to access the net and repair your nvidia drivers.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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