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new video card, now blackscreen or BSOD on boot.

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by darthrevan945, Dec 25, 2010.

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  1. darthrevan945

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    BUMB. please people........
     
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    How much RAM? does your computer have?

    If I am reading your computer specs. right and after doing a Google search, your Laptop has 512MB rams and that is not nearly enough to run WIN 7, you need at Least 2GB RAMs to run Win7 properly and that is why you are able to use XP and you get a black screen in Win7.

    Ray
     
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    i have used windows 7 perfectly with only 512mb using a 600mhz P3 and had no issues, so that is not the case.

    it works fine with my onboard card. windows 7 just will not take the video drivers. its a desktop not a laptop. but it does have 1gb.
     
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    here is a windows 7 adviser report
     

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