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When I turn on my Computer, The Computer goes to a Blank Screen.

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by DangLe, Aug 22, 2003.

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  1. DangLe

    DangLe Thread Starter

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    I just got this HP pavilion 762n last year. Now whenever I turn the computer on it won't respond(Goes to a Blank Black Screen) and the only way I can make the computer respond is to go to safe mode and UN-install the Graphic Card, then restart the computer back again. Once I've done that the computer would work, but I can't watch Videos or play Video Games on the computer. There also would be these little blue lines on the computer screen (Sometimes their would be alot of the lines and sometimes the lines would be made by the trail of my mouse).

    I've tried lots of ways to fix the computer. I've tried:

    - Un-installing and re-installing my graphic card (Nvidia Geforce4 MX420 graphics card with TV-Out) that came with the computer.

    - Rolling Back My Graphic Card.

    - Updating My Drive from Windows Update.

    - I've tried using a program that test my computer and tells me whats wrong with it. It said I got a problem with something like the VIDEO MEMORY CARD and I don't know what that is.

    Is the Only way I can fix this is to buy another Graphic Card. I do not want to waste $200.00. Please Help Me!

    Thank You.

    Dang Le

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