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Toshiba A205-S4607 - After windows loads the display goes blank

When I reboot the system loads the windows drives(I have he no-gui option on startup) and then instead of the Windows logon screen come up the screen stays blank. I am running Windows Vista Home edition with SP1.
any ideas? I have rebooted several times no errors. Any help would be appreciated.

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I have the same problem. If I use the driver disc and let it re-image the hard drive, the error still occurs. I'll try the BIOS patch and see what happens.

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If you have the recovery DVD, try reinstalling your system.

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