You have to eject it first. If not, you could've deleted your data, so there would be no video would there?
Last night I plugged in an Aiptek Pocket DV4500 camera into my computer, installed the driver, and left the pc running for one hour. When I came back there was a blue screen error (sorry but i do not have the error code) but it did say recent hardware changes (the camera?) may have caused the error. Then I restarted it and let it sit for 2 hours (it has ran for longer time before). When I came back it had shut itself off so I opened it up blew some dust out and it started up okay but with no video and I pushed Ctrl+Alt+Del to shut it down. Then I unplugged the video card, cleaned it, plugged it back in and the computer still had no video. Now, when I trie to turn it on it turns on for a second and then shuts off, and turns on, and shuts off. Could this be a power supply issue?
XP Pro SP2
20 pin power supply on 24 pin motherboard, the pc has run fine like this for three months and it will accept 20 pins but they are not recommended