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Msi mega 180 problem

Everytime i boot, after loading windows, my monitor turns black.
i have to press F8 while booting and choose enable VGA to enter windows xp.
i think i have a problem with my video card.
i tried the safe mode and got no problem.

any suggestions?

thanks in advance.

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Reinstall your Graphic card driver. If you dont have the driver please post for driver request.

Good Luck

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