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display_driver.dll bad or missing

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I get that along with stop c0000143 when I start my newly installed Windows NT. It will only load when I do it in either in VGA mode.

*I use nt 4 work-station
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by:dlanssens
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seems like you have installed a bad driver.
Start in VGA mode, install the correct driver and try again.  Some drivers are SP3-aware, so you should install SP3, otherwise your driver will not work.
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THERE IS NO POSSIBILITY TO START UP THE COMPUTER!

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Then why do you say that it only loads in VGA mode ??
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by:netmage
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Check and see that you don't have an IRQ conflict when your system runs through its POST bootup.

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If this is truly a fresh install, and not an upgrade, I would strongly recomend starting over.  If you indeed have no data or applications on the hard drive, you will quickly reach a point of diminishing returns if you waste much time troubleshooting the current error.
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by:caronas
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The problem "was" the graphic driver in cooperation with computer associates arcserve / brightstore or symantecs pc-anywhere - in most cases with an "old" ati-driver.
I got the same today :-(

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