I suspect that your video driver is corrupted and that disabling the vgasave resulted in the inability to reboot.
FWIW - I don't recommend updating hardware drivers unless you're having a specific problem with them - and then I suggest visiting the nVidia website ( http://www.nvidia.com
) to update your drivers (rather than the HP website).
Now, what to do? You'll have to launch Startup Repair by pressing F8 as the computer just starts to boot Windows. Follow the steps there and hopefully it'll diagnose and repair both the video driver and the vgasave option. If not, you'll have to resort to the inbuilt HP recovery tools (I believe it's F11 at the BIOS POST screen.
This may wipe out your data - so post back if you need assistance on saving what's on the hard drive now.
Edited by usasma, 17 November 2007 - 08:13 AM.
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