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Black screen Dear sir, my pc monitor becomes black afterxp logo.

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Try starting in safe mode, by pressing F8 when the computer first starts up keep pressing it, click, click, click not holding. then goto display setting in control panal, and change your monitor type, if you can't find your monitor listed use a defult 800X600 one. it sounds like your monitor is not capable of displaying the resolution xp wants to use.

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