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Cannot display this video mode optimum resulotion 1280*1024 60hz

I have window xp on my drive C and I want to install new window server 2003 on my drive D . After installing finished , it is not only login to the window 2003 but also it show black screen with the message " cannot display this video mode optimum resulotion 1280*1024 60hz " .
Can anyone tell me what i should do ? Thanks !!!
Note: Window xp is process normally but window 2003 has the problems what i describe above.

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Hi,

Chances are that the video driver for XP and 2003 differs (even if only slightly). You might want to start the 2003 in "Safe Mode" first to lower both the Screen Resolution and Screen Refresh Rate to the lowest possible. Thereafter do an update on the video card driver compatible with 2003 from the Dell.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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