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  • shanemadla Oct 04, 2010

    no video card on it..its built in

  • shanemadla Oct 04, 2010

    hi how to reinstall the video card? i think this computer notebook has no video card..its compaq mini 110

  • shanemadla Oct 04, 2010

    i tried it safe mode then hit f8 then i select safe mode again.. now its says multi(0)disk(0)rdisk)partition(1)\WINDOWS\System32\Drivers\AVGIDSErHr.sys
    WHATS THIS?..IT STOPS THERE..IT DOESNT WORK?.

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Try booting to 'Safe Mode': during the boot sequence just after turning on/restarting the computer, hit F8 continuously until you are given a choice - the select Safe mode: this should help you 'repair' your operating system (XP).
If 'safe mode' works, try the same thing again but this time select 'Last known good ...'.
Hope it helps.

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Can you boot into safe mode? It sounds like your issue is a bad video driver- Try booting into Safe Mode by tapping the F8 key and selecting safe mode. Reinstall your video driver and try rebooting. There is a specific issue where if the video card has gone out, you will get symptoms similar to what you are experiencing. If reinstalling the driver does not work- try replacing the video card if possible

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