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System will not boot up. I put crash cart (terminal) into video card and nothing. I think I have a bad video card and this is stopping system from booting up. Any idear to get system up. I do have it on a network but it's not getting that far.

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Try to uninstall the program of the video card.. reset your pc.. and try to install it again

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