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    Getting Pink Screen with Disabled mouse while trying to open any Apps or Internet Explorer in windows 8 Consumer Preview?

    Whenever I run any Application or Internet Explorer, the screen turns into Translucent Pink. When I tried to move the mouse, it was not moving. I am running windows 8 consumer preview and my hardwares are :
    CPU : AMD Phenom 9500 Quad Core Processor
    Graphics Card : EVGA Geforce GTX 460 SE
    Mother Board : NVIDIA 750a SLI Nforce
    RAM : Corsair 16 GB RAM DDR3 1600



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    Re: Getting Pink Screen with Disabled mouse while trying to open any Apps or Internet Explorer in windows 8 Consumer Preview?

    This is a common Problem with Nvidia drivers when they are used in windows 8.Till now Microsoft has also not provided any solution for this kind of problem but one possible solution for this is Just turn your GPU Rendering off. Although it is just a temporary solution. For permanent solution you should wait for the instructions of Microsoft experts. Although this kind of problem only occurs when the software is in testing phase.This type of errors will be eradicated in the complete version of windows 8. The complete version of windows is expected to be released officially in october 2012. So wait for the original and complete product.
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    Re: Getting Pink Screen with Disabled mouse while trying to open any Apps or Internet Explorer in windows 8 Consumer Preview?

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