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AlmondScar

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AlmondScar    0

I have windows me...anyway.

My dad put in a disc from learndirect for this computer course. it installed all this absolute rubbish on the computer. so he shuts the comp down, and asks me to uninstall it later. so i go on, and everyhthing has been well messed. color as been set to 16 colors, screen resulution cannot be moved from 600x800. kinda the same as before, only the comp is faster for some reason :)

when i started up it came up new hardware found. ACI screen resolution something or other.

i scanned with AVG and it says no virus found o_O

heres a screenshot.

http://home.villagephotos.com/2003-8/22546...compdeadomg.bmp

sorry its a bmp.

im currently still in that mode o_O god knows how i got online.

more info please ask.

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AlmondScar    0

but it was working fine an hour ago!

to be honest i have no idea where to find that.

i am a complete newbie when it comes to hardware.

eep o_O

i just need to get rid of this hardwar it installed on startup...then ill be rid.

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gosh    1

If that doesn't work you can rebuild the windows driver database.

In safe mode delete drvidx.bin and drvdata.bin, then restart.

-gosh

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Carmon    0

gosh Posted on Oct 14 2003, 02:18 AM

If that doesn't work you can rebuild the windows driver database.

In safe mode delete drvidx.bin and drvdata.bin, then restart.

-gosh 

Yeh dat shud do it :)

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