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Deleted Chipset drivers, no monitor signal


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#1 Londette

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Posted 14 August 2013 - 07:31 PM

Hey, tearing my hair out here, and I was hoping you guys could help - I'd really appreciate it!

 

I was playing WoW and my game started to freeze constantly; so I decided to uninstall and reinstall my drivers.

So I uninstalled my old driver from the Device Manager and tried re-installing via the Catalyst installer, but it gave me an error. I restarted my PC and now my monitor won't power on, it is receiving no power at all. I tried connecting my PC to a separate monitor and I had the same problem, they just seem to go into Power-saving mode, or standby as soon as the PC is connected. I took somebodies suggestion to remove my GPU, I opened up my PC and I can for the life of me not find it, so I assume I'm integrated graphics, every post ive seen has suggested going into the BIOS, but I can't even get to the BIOS..  Any suggestions on how to fix? I would seriously appreciate any help I can get!

 

I am a computer newbie, but willing to try any method suggested.

 

I'm running Windows 8 64 bit, and my motherboard is a MSI A55M-P33

 

Thank you very much for reading!

 



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#2 caperdog

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Posted 15 August 2013 - 05:59 PM

so you are sure the computer is running and have confirmed it is not the monitor, next step would be to see if the onboard video has crapped out. You will need to install a "borrowed (or buy a cheap card for testing) video card to see if the produces a display






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