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  1. #1


    =?Utf-8?B?REogVEVDSA==?= Guest

    Graphics Card

    I had previously purchased a video card from nVidia. I returned it for the
    following reasons:

    When I tried to install it, it would keep on saying that I had to unistall
    the previous drivers of my video card. I tried doing that and it wouldn't
    work. When they finally unistalled them, I rebooted and tried installing the
    nVidia drivers, but it still wouldn't let me. I checked on the programs menu
    on the control panel, and it was still there. Then the next time I rebooted,
    at the beggining there was display, but when the computer was ready to load
    the log-on screen, it would turn completely black. I tried to change my
    monitor the nVidia card, and it was displayed there. What was the problem?

    I was exited that it would Aero would work, but when I opened the Task
    Manager, it was still basic. It hadn't worked, so I returned it. I simply did
    a system restore, turned off the computer instead of restarting, removed the
    video card, and everything was back to normal. I just purchased one that was
    compatible online and I will recieve it next week.

    Will the same thing occur?

    Or what did I do wrong?

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  2. #2


    Colin Barnhorst Guest

    Re: Graphics Card

    That's something only the card vendor can help you with. It should have
    worked the first time. Did you try to uninstall the driver in Safe Mode?

    "DJ TECH" <comp_nerd3@msn.com> wrote in message
    news:0788D85D-19F4-4688-8ED3-36C48D7BDD75@microsoft.com...
    >I had previously purchased a video card from nVidia. I returned it for the
    > following reasons:
    >
    > When I tried to install it, it would keep on saying that I had to unistall
    > the previous drivers of my video card. I tried doing that and it wouldn't
    > work. When they finally unistalled them, I rebooted and tried installing
    > the
    > nVidia drivers, but it still wouldn't let me. I checked on the programs
    > menu
    > on the control panel, and it was still there. Then the next time I
    > rebooted,
    > at the beggining there was display, but when the computer was ready to
    > load
    > the log-on screen, it would turn completely black. I tried to change my
    > monitor the nVidia card, and it was displayed there. What was the problem?
    >
    > I was exited that it would Aero would work, but when I opened the Task
    > Manager, it was still basic. It hadn't worked, so I returned it. I simply
    > did
    > a system restore, turned off the computer instead of restarting, removed
    > the
    > video card, and everything was back to normal. I just purchased one that
    > was
    > compatible online and I will recieve it next week.
    >
    > Will the same thing occur?
    >
    > Or what did I do wrong?




      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  3. #3


    =?Utf-8?B?REogVEVDSA==?= Guest

    Re: Graphics Card

    yes

    "Colin Barnhorst" wrote:

    > That's something only the card vendor can help you with. It should have
    > worked the first time. Did you try to uninstall the driver in Safe Mode?
    >
    > "DJ TECH" <comp_nerd3@msn.com> wrote in message
    > news:0788D85D-19F4-4688-8ED3-36C48D7BDD75@microsoft.com...
    > >I had previously purchased a video card from nVidia. I returned it for the
    > > following reasons:
    > >
    > > When I tried to install it, it would keep on saying that I had to unistall
    > > the previous drivers of my video card. I tried doing that and it wouldn't
    > > work. When they finally unistalled them, I rebooted and tried installing
    > > the
    > > nVidia drivers, but it still wouldn't let me. I checked on the programs
    > > menu
    > > on the control panel, and it was still there. Then the next time I
    > > rebooted,
    > > at the beggining there was display, but when the computer was ready to
    > > load
    > > the log-on screen, it would turn completely black. I tried to change my
    > > monitor the nVidia card, and it was displayed there. What was the problem?
    > >
    > > I was exited that it would Aero would work, but when I opened the Task
    > > Manager, it was still basic. It hadn't worked, so I returned it. I simply
    > > did
    > > a system restore, turned off the computer instead of restarting, removed
    > > the
    > > video card, and everything was back to normal. I just purchased one that
    > > was
    > > compatible online and I will recieve it next week.
    > >
    > > Will the same thing occur?
    > >
    > > Or what did I do wrong?

    >
    >
    >


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