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Robert Carnegie 12-05-2011 07:23 PM

Re: No display after Windows loads
Maybe it isn't a video driver at all...

Maybe somehow you've enabled a motherboard component that ought to be
disabled, such as built-in video...

Given we're talking about 64-bit XP, it is probably irrelevant to
mention problems reported when using the /3GB switch to use additional
memory in 32-bit Windows, including conflict with high colour depth /
resolution video memory...

If the system is running normally and just invisible, you could
perhaps set a program to autorun that shuts the PC down again gently,
about a minute after starting, unless you cancel that. So you just
have to wait.

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