Video Out.. i'm screwed pls help!!!

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fluxhavok

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okay so i just bought a new computer, and is had an nvidia graphics card. it's the first card i've had that was worth a damn so i tried hooking up the s-video to my tv and monitor using dual veiw or whatever, i liked the tv picture so much i decided to do single display on the tv only. then i started to have trouble so i went to switch it back to my monitor and for some reason instead of tv and monitor being my only choices there was a third choice "analog" so i clicked it to see what would happen and the screen shut off. in a panic i began cursing and hitting buttons... so anyway, now i have no picture on my computer and no way to re-route the v-out to any of the 2 working choices... i'm not very computer savvy. what do i do?!!?! i use windows xp. pls help!!!
 

fluxhavok

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okay, went into safe mode but it wouldn't let me access the nvidia control panel so i could go back and switch to make myy moniitor the main display. so i went to system restore and picked a restore point from like 2 days ago, and now my computer won't start at all, it keeps going to the advanced startup option screen, but no matter what option i choose the screen goes blue and it says,

"A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer.

blah blah blah,

Technical Information:
Stop: 0x0000007E (0xc0000005, 0xf85480bf, 0xf8994208, 0xf8993f08)

pci.sys – Address f85480bf base at f8541000, Datestamp 3b7d855c

any suggestions would be appreciated. jeez, i can't believe i waited 3 weeks for this peice of crap. note to self, don't buy anything from ebay.
 
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