Monitor not displaying anything after logging in, startup errors

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ok...we have to try another way then...
open cmd at elevated level...

type 'diskpart' to go to diskpart command...
then type 'list disks' to get a list of all the hdd/ssd...u have to identify the target disk from this list...
then 'select disk 0'(assuming 0 is ur disk assignment)...
then 'list volume' to list all the volumes in disk 0...
then 'select volume 1' (again assuming 1 is the target volume)...
then 'format fs=ntfs label=(name) quick' to format the drive...

refer to this for more details...or google diskpart...
http://www.jwgoerlich.us/blogengine/post/2009/11/05/Use-Diskpart-to-Create-and-Format-Partitions.aspx

u have to find a way to use disk management, partition wizard and diskpart in tandem...i cant remember the exact flowchart, but when i had similar issue around a year ago, it was resolved that way....so i m sure it can be done...
 

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