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"Video Mode Not Supported" message at start-up


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Hello everyone, I have a small, but irritating problem. I recently cleared my CMOS and right after that is when I started having this problem. Whenever i boot up, and my computer begins to load windows, instead of the Windows logo and the load bar on the screen, I get the message "Video mode not supported".

 

Now, I still load into Windows without any problems, but this is annoying. Again, it started occuring immediatly after the clearing of my CMOS.

 

Any help would be appreciated, thanks.

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go into bios>pnp config>init>pciex then go down one to reset config. data>enable then save and reboot. Then at next boot you can disable config data reset.

 

Alright, i had the PCIex already selected, so i just did Reset Data option and its the problem is still there.

 

Also, sometimes when it doesn't display "Video mode not supported" it goes through different wierd looking frames like 5 colored horizontal bars, a white screen, grey screen and a black screen. It cycles through them for about 5-10 seconds and then windows loads.

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Is the post screen ok and gos crazy when going into windows. Or is it the post screen that gos haywire.

 

If you have multiple accounts on the computer, its the screen BEFORE you get to the page where you choose an account.

 

Theres the XP logo with a blue (Professional Edtion/SP2) scrolling bar. Thats the screen that doesnt display

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