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Booting/Loading screen Not Showing?


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#1 My name does not fi

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Posted 23 December 2008 - 01:19 AM

I want to fix this now, as if this problem continues then it may provide a nuisance in the future.
It seems that my graphics card hates me...
the problem is when I turn on my computer it does not show any booting or loading screen, and my displays (LCD tv + LCD monitor) are blank. They turn on at the Vista Orb for logon.

How could I fix this?
I have the newest drivers and it stopped showing it not around the time that I installed them.
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#2 My name does not fi

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Posted 23 December 2008 - 07:02 PM

Any ideas? - Or am I mistaken and this is a Vista issue?
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Posted 24 December 2008 - 04:09 AM

I thinks it's a hardware issue. May be related to your graphics card (check the behaviour with another one, if possible), or I think it also may relate to power supply (don't know how exactly though).

Also, similar things may happen when you practice overclocking.

So, I would
1) Check with another monitor
2) Check with anoter video card
3) If the problem persist, I would reset BIOS to defaults (use at your own risk =))

If that doesn't help - =0 don't know...

However - that's not Vista issue, hardware one most likely, i'm pretty sure.

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Posted 26 December 2008 - 03:56 AM

It's caused a problem... I need safe mode - my first torrent download and BAM Trojan...
- Also i'm on dual screen
- It worked before
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