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Try restarting in safemode by hitting the F8 button during boot up. if you are able to get to the desktop in safemode try uninstalling the video driver from device manager by right click my computer (or computer for vista/7) then choosing manage, it should open up device manager, then click on device manager. on the left side of the screen expand the display adapters. right click on the video driver then choose uninstall. afterwards restart the computer normally. if you get the desktop then reinstall the video driver.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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