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Frequency Out of Range Issue

I am running Fedora 12 and want to load the NVIDIA driver for my GEFORCE 9100 . I can do that and even blacklist the NOUVEAU driver, but when the system reboots, I get a “Frequency Out of Range” message and the system just halts at that point. I can not do anything to make any further changes as I have a blank screen with that message. Can anyone help me on this? Thanks very much in advance!!
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