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I have a no-name graphic card and when I try to install any version of windows; my system will be restarted.
Finally I could boot the windows server 2003 and I noticed, it isn't recognize my graphic as default(in the Advance setting showed "Unavailabe"); and when I installed my graphic driver it was restarted again :(

Actually the standard VGA or unknown VGA is enough for me, but I want to install windows 7 now!!!

so Is there any way to delete auto detection graphic cards in windows 7 installation process or I have to delete built-in graphic drivers files, from the installation disk ??! If I have to how?

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If it gets as far as booting, have you tried safe mode? –  Journeyman Geek Mar 31 '13 at 12:21
    
yes but it just work at win server 2003 :( and I can't install the other version of windows because of detecting installation process!!! –  Sam Mar 31 '13 at 12:29

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I was using nLite to do this in the past. You can give it a try as well.

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thnx but which files I have to delete? –  Sam Mar 31 '13 at 12:01
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nlite doesn't work with anything older than XP actually –  Journeyman Geek Mar 31 '13 at 12:20
    
there was a function in scripted installs to ignore the grafics. never had such problems, it is really odd if your getting a full on crash or something. The desciption of the actual problem your having i dont completly understand. I would disable or pull the card temporarily. it would beat trying to script something. –  Psycogeek Mar 31 '13 at 12:58
    
ok do you have it please?(the script) :) –  Sam Mar 31 '13 at 14:22
    
Scripting installs is a whole world of work. Search for the WAIK thing. (I would rather go back to XP than to fight a older system win 7, especially after reading all the unfixed user frustrations in 7 at MStech) –  Psycogeek Apr 3 '13 at 6:43

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