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Solved: Safe Mode problem

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Toti, Apr 14, 2004.

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  1. Toti

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    HI all , beforehand thank you for ur help and support.

    I have a HP pavilion 51n, XP o.p.

    I was in the safe mode trying to Uninstall the drivers from my Nvidia video card a GEFORCE FX5200 PCI 128 MB. because I'm getting a Black screen in my monitor, In the device manager the adapter from Factory is disable, its shows the Nividia GEFORCE FX5200,
    Then when I open the Display Properties of the Vga adapter and in the same window bottom part I click in "Don't use this device"tab, then I restart the computer but the black screen still there, so i try to open safe mode again to enable the Vga adapter and delete the driver of the Nvidia card, But when I type F9, the windows of Safe mode appears choose Safe Mode, then window prompts the partitions screen, but hangs in there It doesn't show the Window of the Administrator or Owner :(
    How can I access the administrator or the owner now. S.O.S

    Thanks again

    Toti.
     
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    Toti Thread Starter

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    I been trying to find a way but :( no success ,do u think if i go to Bios and press f5 will restore the factory driver and start from scratch again ?

    i really don,t want to mess up more than it is ,but i find no answer , Please some one Help !!
     
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    I been thinking to make a System restore ,but i dont know if the factory driver will work.

    Well what the heck LOL, I find no answer here... what could be worse, Damage it's done LOL. k System restore or F5 let's see what happen.
     
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