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Problem on my Compaq Presarion 1201T laptop

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Old June 15th 06, 02:55 AM
artskynet artskynet is offline
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Default Problem on my Compaq Presarion 1201T laptop

i installed win xp pro on compaq presario 1201T, the installation was successfully made done. But the problem is... when my laptop boots, my LCD doesn't support the normal boot of win xp pro. all i need to boot the system is.. i press F8 before the system start and choose VGA mode on start up option and my screen turns back to normal. Now, i'm asking for an help from you to set the normal boot of my laptop using win xp pro operating system without blurding my screen. Hoping that you can help me asap. tnx.

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