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Can't boot

Discussion in 'PC hardware help' started by andy15, Feb 3, 2005.

  1. andy15

    andy15 Regular member

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    When i install radeon 9800 -pro drivers the pc gets to the bit where win xp is booting with the logo and line along bottom then reboots. i have to then enter safe mode remove the drivers to boot normaly
     
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    1: reseat card & ram
    2: remove all drivers in safe mode & change to standard pci vga
    3: once back into normal mode than load ati driver & see if newer driver available
     
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    Tryed all still nothing even clean installed as soon has install video card drivers won't boot past xp screen just reboots then u have to enter safe mode to uninstall
     
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    did you load board drivers? also try older video driver version
     
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    i tryed that as well.
     
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    what was old video card??
     
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    geforce 2 but i have formated so them drivers would have gone
     
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    is card compatible to motherboard
     
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    Yes it even worked 2 days ago. But then suddenly don't boot i also tryed a mother board bios update
     
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    Yes it even worked 2 days ago. But then suddenly don't boot i also tryed a mother board bios update
     
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    Yes it even worked 2 days ago. But then suddenly don't boot i also tryed a mother board bios update
     
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    can you try on another computer to see if problem follows or stop
     
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    no my dads is old nd not got good enough power surply
     
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    does that card need the power connector on it & if so is connected
     
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    OK cheers for your help Still don't no what the problem his but just powerd on and worked fine tryed again and still working so it seems fine for now
     
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    maybe tempermental
     

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