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"no Input Signal", But Fine Safe Mode

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#1 Cryzabey


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Posted 28 May 2008 - 03:00 PM

Computer Information:
(off the side of the tower)

Windows Vista, Home Premium
500 GB SATA II Hard Drive
3 GB DDR@ Dual-Channel Memory
15-in-1 Memory Card Reader
NVIDIA GeForece 8500GT Video

The Problem:

Whenever my computer is booted up normally,
I receive a "No Input Signal" Message, and the screen goes blank.
This, however, does not happen until a few seconds into the loading screen.

Shutting down the computer down, via the power button on the tower,
I can then start it up in Safe Mode (w/ Network).
While this allows me internet access & Basic functions,
I can't access any usb storage devices or play music.

Any and all help would be appreciated,
&& if you need anymore information, just let me know [:

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#2 garmanma


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Posted 28 May 2008 - 06:42 PM

Sounds like a corrupt video driver. Try downloading a new one from Gateway's support site
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