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TV-out problem on my geforce fx6600 graphics card

Hi, I have an asus geforce fx6600,128MB graphics card, running on an asus a8ne-fm motherboard. I have just tried to use the tv-out function with an s-video connection to my tv.
I asked the card to detect my TV resulting in half the screen on the monitor disappearing. I tried rebooting, but I now get a black screen once I get passed the Windows XP boot screen. I then tried tried resetting the graphics card by removing and re-connecting it.....with no joy I'm afraid.
If you could tell me how to reset the card it would be most appreciated.

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Boot into safe mode (F8) and uninstall the video card.

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