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Truble with my monitor

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I`have uninstalled accidentally the VGA drivers and as a result I have a black monitor.(no video,sound,no anything).
Hope that You will help me to resolve the problem.

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When you turn on the computer and before the computer starts loading the OS.. press F8 several times... A selection will be displayed on screen... choose SAFE MODE ... It soon warns you that it is in Safe Mode so just press OK... Now when done... Restart the computer using the "start - turn off computer - restart"

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