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Windows Booting Problem - Need Help Quickly

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by wheedwacker, Jan 27, 2007.

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  1. wheedwacker

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    yes, what is yours?
     
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  3. wheedwacker

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    mine is EDITED OUT EMAIL
     
  4. wheedwacker

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    it says you arent on
     
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    the displayh driver is Mobile Intel 915GM/GMS, 910GML Express chipset family.
     
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    The exact same thing is happening to me right now. I have a Dell Inspiron 6000. I did a windows update that required me to reboot after I downloaded the updates. I rebooted and upon rebooting it popped that blue screen up with the same "ialmrnt5." I tried updating my driver but I can only get my computer to boot in safe mode. I tried to follow dells instructions on how to install the new driver but it wont let me in safe mode. I have no idea what to do other than reformat. Can you please shed some light on my problem?
     
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    Hello Bigfoot0330 -- please go into Device Manager (right-click MY COMPUTER -- choose MANAGE -- select DEVICE MANAGER) and tell me how many Display adapters it shows, and the name(s) of it/them. Also, what version of Windows are you running? Are you a gamer? Did you install anything new (hardware or software) when you started getting this error?

    This is a known issue with Dell Inspiron 6000 notebook PCs.....particularly those users who are gamers.

    Bubblz
     
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