JSI Tip 3603. During boot, the Ntldr blue screen displays unreadable text?

When you boot Windows NT 4.0 or Windows 2000, the Ntldr blue screen displays unreadable text?

This is most likely to happen during an install, but can occur during a normal boot.

This behavior is purely cosmetic, and does not affect the operation of the computer. Microsoft reports that the problem is caused by the Vga.sys driver receiving corrupt information when it queries the chipset on your video adapter.




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