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Urgent Problem ! Need help ASAP !

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  • Crossfire
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April 13, 2012 7:24:33 PM

I have a serious problem ! I followed this guide here of crossfire: http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showthread.php?t=5121... but when i uninstalled the graphics adapter i accidentaly confirmed with the option asked (delete driver too) and it was my second card, i cant see nothing now, and the motherboard i have doesnt has any VGA/DVI/HDMI external entrace ! How can i fix this ?!

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April 13, 2012 7:41:16 PM

As you seem to have some form of Internet access, google booting into safe mode for your operating system. This will load the generic display driver built into windows. From there hopefully you can reinstall the video drivers, if not do a system restore to before you uninstalled the drivers.

Cheers,

Dreadteir
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April 13, 2012 7:43:02 PM

Go back to beginning.

Remove 2nd graphic card from a main board and boot with single.

Re install graphic driver and add 2nd card after reboot.

i really don't understand why remove drive at first place and why done in safe mode.

If you already have ATI card and add another ATI card...

just install 2nd card and cross fire band then boot.

uninstall driver unless your are plan to ATI -> nV card.

And most case don't need uninstall process in safe mode.

After uninstall use CCleaner to clean out the rest trash file.

From time being you need to fresh install windows 7.

When you are install Windows 7 it doesn't matter how many agp on your main board.

At very beginning windows 7 only use single card because there are no ATI driver.

However good luck.
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April 13, 2012 8:11:59 PM

Dreadteir said:
As you seem to have some form of Internet access, google booting into safe mode for your operating system. This will load the generic display driver built into windows. From there hopefully you can reinstall the video drivers, if not do a system restore to before you uninstalled the drivers.

Cheers,

Dreadteir

How can i, i can't see nothing !
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April 13, 2012 8:17:22 PM

Nicolas145 said:
How can i, i can't see nothing !


As the computer is booting, hold down the F8 key after the BiOS Post screen disappears, from there once the Windows Advanced Startup Menu appears select safe mode. This will give you that boot method before WIndows tries to load the driver.

I hope that helps,

Dreadteir

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Tapping F8 key repeatedly after the POST screen also should work.
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April 13, 2012 8:35:54 PM

andywork78 said:
Go back to beginning.

Remove 2nd graphic card from a main board and boot with single.

Re install graphic driver and add 2nd card after reboot.

i really don't understand why remove drive at first place and why done in safe mode.

If you already have ATI card and add another ATI card...

just install 2nd card and cross fire band then boot.

uninstall driver unless your are plan to ATI -> nV card.

And most case don't need uninstall process in safe mode.

After uninstall use CCleaner to clean out the rest trash file.

From time being you need to fresh install windows 7.

When you are install Windows 7 it doesn't matter how many agp on your main board.

At very beginning windows 7 only use single card because there are no ATI driver.

However good luck.


Thank you, you saved my computer :bounce: 
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April 13, 2012 8:36:26 PM

Best answer selected by Nicolas145.
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