No display after uninstalling NVIDIA drivers

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by drome22, Jan 26, 2003.

  1. drome22

    drome22 Guest

    Before installing new Nvidia display drivers, I uninstalled previous drivers as recommended but now I have no display. The system starts and boots up fine, but there is no display after the start up splash screen. Tried safe mode & VGA mode, only to have the same result. Apparently, Nvidia has uninstalled the default VGA drivers as well. Is there any way to remedy this problem without seeing what you're doing???

  2. Hipster Doofus

    Hipster Doofus Good grief Charlie Brown

    Melbourne Australia
    Never had that problem. With mine I uninstall the driver then when windows xp boots up it loads the driver it has on it, then you update from there.

    Welcome to the forum btw. :)
  3. Geffy

    Geffy Moderator Folding Team

    United Kingdom
    shove in your XP CD, reinstall, but choose REPAIR install, that should fix it. Hopefully :)
  4. drome22

    drome22 Guest

    Windows XP cd not starting

    I cannot get Windows XP cd to work. Any ideas on how to run a system restore from DOS???

    Your help is very much appreciated.
  5. Gus K

    Gus K NTFS abuser

    So when you turn it on you don't even see the post screen?

    Try yanking and reseating your vid card.

    In the BIOS make sure to set the cdrom as the first boot device, so as to boot off your XP disc.
  6. U2Penn

    U2Penn U2Penn

    In the mire.
    i'm not sure if this relates to what all of u are talking about but.....last week i went to the microsoft windows update and downloaded the NVIDIA latest driver. when i rebooted my computer my flat panel monitor would automatically go into "power saving mode" and turn off. so i had to manually shut down my computer and start up in "safe mode". got rid of the driver and then all worked well.