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Mechapidge

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You guys never lead me astray, so yet again, I'm back for help.

I was getting a little bit laggy performance from my wireless internet card(or so I thought), so I hooked my tower into my TV via S-Video so I could try a hardline from my router.

The REAL issue was the S-Video, it seems. I resized the resolution while plugged in without put it back, and when I hooked it back up to my monitor, I got nothin. It would show the boot screen, but when it should show the desktop it would go black and the green light on the monitor would turn yellow. Now, I could boot it in safe mode and get a picture, but nothing else, so, I reinstalled a video driver and fixed that issue. Any other advice on this topic would be appreciated.

Now, for SOME reason, upon reinstalling the driver, my mouse stopped working; but only in a regular boot. It works in safe mode, but...it fails to initialize the driver otherwise. Any help?
 

Mechapidge

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also everytime I go to my computer a login screen appears and it never used to do that
 
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