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#1 astealthw


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Posted 17 September 2005 - 10:16 PM

Ok so when i have my video card signed for windows i cant play videos or anything my computer will freeze and little lines will go onto my screen. now when i dont use the digitally signed vers. of my video card when i restart my computer i have to do it like 10 times before it will go into windows.. wtf??? any help would be great

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Posted 18 September 2005 - 07:20 AM

Hello astealthw and welcome to BC.

This is usually a driver problem as you are finding out. Go into Add/Remove Programs and remove anything associated with your video card. Then go into Device Manager and remove the Display Adapter. Reboot and reinstall the drivers.

Can you give us a little more info regarding your computer, video card and operating system?

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