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I disabled my Nvidia Geforce GT610 graphics card accidentally and now I can't see a thing

Q: I disabled my Nvidia Geforce GT610 graphics card accidentally and now I can't see a thing

Hey guys, I have searched a lot of forums but haven't found any relevent answers. I am sorry if this is a repeat.

What happened is that I disabled my nvidia graphic card from the control panel and it was too late until I realised my mistake as I had already pressed the restart button. Now I try to start my pc but all that happens is that I hear the sounds I always hear but nothing appears in the screens. I have tried several monitors. I have unhooked the monitor from the nvidia and connected it to the onboard gpu and still no luck. I tried resetting the bios but that didn't help either.

Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 @ 3.00 ghz

ZOTAC Nvidia GeForce GT610 Synergy Edition.

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A: I disabled my Nvidia Geforce GT610 graphics card accidentally and now I can't see a thing

You'll not make that mistake again and neither will I. You can't see anything when Windows boots but you know it's there. Maybe there's a way round this but I never found it and ended up reinstalling Windows.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Synica

Nothing I've done has fixed the problem

Before we can properly help you, please tell us what you've tried which hasn't worked.
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I assume you are using the Windows 7 driver and not the XP driver on it,


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"Integrated drivers" - I suppose that you mean the generic Windows VGA drivers.

Has your hardware ever worked in Windows 7?

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This wasn't what you asked, but -

Can you install the Vista graphics driver?

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Quote: Originally Posted by cannotdisplay64

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Canlen said:

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