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Windows 7: Somethings wrong with my computer

10 Jun 2009   #11
DarkXeno

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

With this being an upgrade I think that maybe some old drivers have been left behind and causing the problem, so what you want to do is uninstall all video drivers for your card. Then go into device manager and remove the video card there. Once you have done this reboot and let windows look for new hardware after that is done install the newest driver install that you got from Nvidia.


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10 Jun 2009   #12
dw96

Windows 7 Home Premium [64-Bit]
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DarkXeno View Post
...Then go into device manager and remove the video card there. Once you have done this reboot and let windows look for new hardware...
Interesting, seems like a solution... What I should add is maybe screens:
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10 Jun 2009   #13
mithatkn

Windows 7 build 7201 x86
 
 

how do i uninstall drivers and if i remove the video card will i be able to see the screen after reboot ?
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10 Jun 2009   #14
dw96

Windows 7 Home Premium [64-Bit]
 
 

He didn't litteraly mean remove the thing from your mother board (lol). Just go to the Device Manager, select your GPU and get it out of the way! From then on follow DarkXeno's post.
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10 Jun 2009   #15
mithatkn

Windows 7 build 7201 x86
 
 

how do i uninstall drivers
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12 Jun 2009   #16
mithatkn

Windows 7 build 7201 x86
 
 

there's absolutely something wrong with my computer today i was just looking at device manager suddenly my computer was frozen comletely and the colours start to change there was image on display but like broken image i had to restart my computer please help me i'm sick of all these
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12 Jun 2009   #17
jfar

Vista Ult64, Win7600
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mithatkn View Post
there's absolutely something wrong with my computer today i was just looking at device manager suddenly my computer was frozen comletely and the colours start to change there was image on display but like broken image i had to restart my computer please help me i'm sick of all these
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12 Jun 2009   #18
mithatkn

Windows 7 build 7201 x86
 
 

there's absolutely something wrong with my computer today i was just looking at device manager suddenly my computer was frozen comletely and the colours start to change there was image on display but like broken image i had to restart my computer please help me i'm sick of all these when i go to device manager and click uninstall drivers my graphic card disappears and then when i restart it automatically installs and the same thing hapens i'm really desperate i should have stayed with vista ( sorry for quality of images and my english)


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12 Jun 2009   #19
The Cool Guy

Windows 8 x64
 
 

We can get a clear picture of your problem only if you take screen shots from within the Operating System. Click on Start orb and type "Snipping Tool" and click on it. Then snip the screen and post it here.
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15 Jun 2009   #20
mithatkn

Windows 7 build 7201 x86
 
 

when this thing happens i can't do on any operation on my computer so i can't use the snipping tool either.
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