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Location: Midland Texas
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Mac Specs: mid '09 13" MBP 2.53 C2D, 8Gb RAM, 250 Gb HD, SL and Win7

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First off you would have needed to run Windows backup prior to any updates (e.g.- driver updates) being installed. Fortunately, I backed up my system immediately prior to attempting to update my nVidia driver. When I wound up with the same issue you have now it was a simple manner of going into my control panel and restoring my MBP's Win 7 user files. The experience definitely taught me the importance of backing up. I don't know what I would have been able to do had I neglected to do this. My problem may have been caused by not removing the old gpu drivers during the update, who knows? I did not have this problem when updating my Asus G53JW gpu drivers in the same manner.
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