Recovering From Bad Video Settings

Last modified on August 14th, 2012 at 12:00 am


One of your end users changed their video settings in Windows XP Professional, and now the system won’t display any output. What’s the best way to resolve this problem?

A) Use the Windows XP recovery console to delete the video drivers. The system will revert back to the default video drivers on the next boot.

B) Use the video card manufacturer’s utilities to change the drivers manually.

C) Use VGA mode to boot Windows XP Professional with a default VGA video driver.

D) There’s no easy way to recover from a video driver mismatch. The only recovery method is to reload the operating system from backups or perform a fresh install of the operating system.

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