I have a problem and I know how to fix it probably, but I don't know how to do it. I need the PC to revert to using its native graphics driver, meaning no downloaded one for the card, but the basic windows driver. The other option is to make the computer ignore or delete the ATI folder when booting, which is essentially the same. It can be done through the f10 option, where you see "[ /NOEXECUTE=OPTION /MININT]" if you keep pressing it between the boot and win loading, right? The thing is, what should I write? My ATI folder is on E:/ATI. I've C:/, D):/, E:/, and Vistas are installed on E:/. Nothing else is on E:/ except Windows and all drivers required for it to run. (though I'm not sure if ATI is in E:/Windows/ATI or just E:/ATI, but I can try both anyway.) (Note: When I keep pressing f10 until the [ /NOEXECUTE=OPTION /MININT] appers, it doesn't appear like this, it just says [ /NOEXECUTE=OPTIN]. Either it's because I press f10 all the time until it appears, or there's something up with the registry, so it can be fixed maybe through registry as well. I can't boot in safe mode or normal mode, because all the time when Vistas are supposed to load, I just get a black screen where I can move the cursor. No sounds, I don't even hear the Vista loading sound and the see the logo. although if I keep a combination of buttons pressed, I do hear few beeps which then stop (coming from the monitor speakers).) *what happened+more details* Warning: Spoilers inside! I installed new driver for ATI, 10-10. I had before 10-3. But I didn't want it, so I uninstalled it, and installed 10-3(new), which I downloaded from the ATI website. Then I twice did system restore, and both times after I logged in, the screen was black where I could just move the white mouse cursor. However pressing ctrl+alt+delete brought up the login screen, where I switched on the task manager, and through it, I looked at the ATI folder. There was three subfolders, including all three drivers - the original 10-3, the latest 10-10 driver and the 10-3(new)driver which I downloaded and installed after I uninstalled the newest one. Important fact: the two 10-3 folders had different names, the new one was identical with the 10-10, except that it had the three instead of the ten there and both were longer than the old 10-3. eg. 10-3 vista cc dd 10-10 vista cc dd olt eng 10-3 vista cc dd olt eng Now, when I deleted the two newest folders (10-3/new and 10-10), suddenly the background, the start bar and everything appreared and was back to normal. So I did another system recovery, it was exactly the same thing, I solved it the same way. And after a third one, instead of doing the deletion of the two files, I turned off the PC using the power switch, and instead even the login screen is now black, so I can't login and do the task manager and delete the two folders trick. Any ideas? How I can get into the PC, or anything like how to make it ignore the ATI folder/revert to old graphics card? Win CD inside does boot, but all I get is the bluegreen background with no options, just the moving white cursor. System recovery through f10 also does nothing. And when the system loads up, and the login screen is supposed to appear, you don't even hear the sound tadadadaaaa or see the logo appear, it all just blanks out, then goes darker black and the cursor appears. Thanks for any tips!