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Re: video driver needed
Assuming the video card was not changed since the system was made, go to this web site: http://search.dell.com/results.aspx?s=gen&c=us&l=en&cs=&k=drivers&cat=all&x=3&y=7
click the drivers&downloads link under 'Recommended" and enter your model. Use the service tag number on the back of your computer (or just follow the prompts to narrow down your pc) and download the driver for your video card.
If it is not the original card, you must go to the new card manufacturer's website to get drivers there.
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First of all you have to identify the blue screen error code. Blue screen errors normally occurs due to infected windows files. You need to scan PC to remove malwares, junk and virus. Also update the drivers that control your PC.
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From your description, you were able to boot the machine properly in Safe Mode. While in Safe Mode, change the video resolution to the lowest possible (color depth does not matter at this point). You should also check that you are configured for single monitor operation if your video card supports multiple monitors. Reboot the machine normally. If all goes well, you can readjust your video settings for a higher resolution again.
When the computer is booting up try to boot into safe mode and go into the device manager. To get there right click on my computer and select properties. In the device manager look for any devices that have any icons next to them and disable(unless it is video or something important) then restart the computer enable the device and update drivers. If this does not work let me know
Theres a problem with your driver installation.your computer is newly formated and wiyh a new harddrive but still theres a problem.check your monitor if it can support up 1024/768 pixel so that you can adjust your screen resolution to a smaller icons.also check your vga.and rollback device driver for sound device.