Replace a laptop display driver but you can't see what your doing

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Replace a laptop display driver but you can't see what your doing

Post by SgtSpike on 11th September 2009, 1:12 pm

This morning my laptop decided that is was going to bash itself in the face with a plank of wood. The screen froze and went multicoloured then it decide to reboot itself!

Finaly got it into safe mode and started to virus check as I had to leave for work I come back some 12 hours later to find it had shut itself down and when I booked up it asked if I wanted to repair windows, of course I did my pappy has everything on it..... Before I go on I know that I should back stuff up so let's not go there, my loss!!!

Finally I have it working can't see shit on the screen but I know it's doing something!! But I can read it!!!! The last thing is was going was playing diablo 2 run from a USB from a batch file finished playing then it died I am running a 64-bit version of vista ultimate (will be upgrading to 7 asap on a dv9000 HP notebook with a 250 hard drive and 2gig ram anything else you need to know just ask!!

P.S. I wrote this post on my itouch!!!!

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Re: Replace a laptop display driver but you can't see what your doing

Post by Doctor Inferno on 16th September 2009, 2:33 pm

Hello,

Most probably your graphic card is faulty.


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