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Windows Xp SP2 prpgress bar freezing

I bought a new grphic card upgrade for my computer last night and i followed every step according to the instrustions, and my system met the requirements to run properly. when i restarted my computer to switch to the new graphic card, all seemed well. Once i got to the windows loading screen with the little progress bar that loops around, it froze after 15 or more laps around and i cannot get my computer to boot any way possible. i have tried safe mode, which just brings up a system 32 error accross my screen, as well as repairing windows which also fails. any help?

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You must uninstall the drivers of your old card before installing the new card and drivers.
Also make sure the BIOS is set to automatically check what you are using, onboard video (if available) or graphics card.

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CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive
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This is what you need for graphic card to work!!!
Its very good card!!!

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