ok, so i have a asus motherboard deluxe 780i , anyway, 1100watt psu, 8 gigs mem, quad core, gtx 260 and 8800 gt , and uh three operating systems, x86 xp, x86 vista, 64 vista. so i changed the bootloader names from "older os", "winows vista", "windows vista"
to "xp home 32 bit" " vista home premium 32 bit" "vista ultimate 64bit" so i rebooted and got to the pick your os screen and it showed the changes. cool. picked 64 vista, crash, restart. hmm. pick 32 vista, crash, restart. hmmmm. pick xp, loads to desktop, no icons, no start-up, frozen. hmmmmmm. error pops up like "bcd file corrupted. must have something to do with changing the names or the program i used. "easy bcd" so im like screw it i'll fix it tommorrow. so i reset and shut down. morning comes i press power button and computer sounds like normal but no bios screen. Its like the drivers for the onboard display adapter are gone or something. It doesnt do anygood to put a recovery disk in because i cant see squat. display devices all crapped out. why cant i get into bios? that display driver is screwed to? im not seeing an easy out. maybe a new bios chip? new motherboard? any suggestions? thanx Isaac.