Windows 7 won't boot after installing on board graphics drivers from intel

Hello,
I'm having issues that I can't quite solve and I have to reach out for help. I recently rebuilt my pc with a gigabyte ga h77m d3h and core i3 2120 with 512m dedicated to on board graphics. The computer will start fine after you do the fresh install of windows 7 prof. 64 bit with the default video driver from windows. I've updated my bios using gigabyte's @bios tool and I've tried installing th drivers from the disc, from intel's website and with automatic update in device manager. Could a corrupt windows install file cause this issue? I downloaded the ISO from the Microsoft website when I bought the product key. Is there anything else that could be causing this issue? Please respond if there's anything you can think of.
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  1. can you boot into Safe Mode?
  2. Yes. I can also boot into last known good configuration
  3. All I can suggest is booting into Safe Mode and uninstalling the drivers that don't work, then find one that does, one by one if you have to

    I'm assuming you've search the intel forums for answers to the drivers issues
  4. Have you tried using the vga driver from gigabyte?
    http://www.gigabyte.us/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4143#dl
  5. is it possible that I recieved a bad file from the microsoft server, or that something was lost in the process?
  6. I tried the newest driver from gigabyte that you linked to rogue77777 and that didn't work.
  7. Hi

    I had the same problem with different hardware.
    My solution was to disconnect the HDMI cable to my tv before installing gpu drives
    After that I had no problem.
  8. jari juntunen said:
    Hi

    I had the same problem with different hardware.
    My solution was to disconnect the HDMI cable to my tv before installing gpu drives
    After that I had no problem.

    well, your hdmi cable should not be connected before installation of drivers in the first place...

    --

    that's like getting into the drivers seat of a car you're building, ready to drive away, before the engine is in
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