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Installation problems... I've tried going into my BIOS menu on start-up but my screen doesn't come on until my 'Windows Log In' screen comes up. Is there any way I can do this via command prompt or just with device manager? If now how can I get to BIOS?

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It's not possible through device manager or command prompt. Check your AGP slot whether it is clean or not. clean it with a soft brush as well as card's terminals. then notify me again

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