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Running updates it rebooted no video when it came back up

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  • David Petry Mar 20, 2011

    What updates dd you run and are you using onboard graphics and/or graphics card?

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It sounds like a driver update has affected your video. If you're able to get past the splash screen on boot, press F8 repeatedly until you see "Advanced Boot Options". Select Safe Mode, and when it boots up, right click "Computer" then select "Manage". In the left hand column, click "Device Manager". Find any devices with a yellow exclamation mark and double click them. Click "Driver" and select "Rollback Driver". This should solve your problem.

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After installing Windows 7 you will need to install all drivers.

I would recommend using Vista on this laptop, since factory drivers for Windows 7 had not been released. You will have to install general drivers not designed for this laptop.

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I quote the part concerning video adapter drivers:

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