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#1 jomeg9498

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Posted 23 October 2014 - 10:17 AM

My husband has a Cybertron gaming computer.  It just recently started having issues with the video card.  It kept saying that he needed to check it.  Sometimes the screen with shake and then he would not be able to view what he is searching on.

 

Last night, he restarted his computer and it kept rebooting saying "no signal input, check video cable"  So I manually turned it off.  Can anyone tell me what may be the issue and how to fix the problem?



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Posted 23 October 2014 - 10:41 AM

Does this problem persist in Safe Mode?


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Posted 23 October 2014 - 10:48 AM

Does this problem persist in Safe Mode?

It did not give me that option (I don't think).  It just kept rebooting and never getting past the Windows logo.



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Posted 23 October 2014 - 11:12 AM

With the computer turned off press the power button and then immediately start tapping the F8 key.  This should take you to the Advanced Boot Options.

 

One of the options is Disable automatic restart on system failure, choose this.  You will need to use the up or down key to navigate to this, the press Enter to choose it.

 

Now when the computer starts you should receive a blue screen with an error code, it will look similar to the image below.

 

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Copy the error code and post it in your topic.

 

Restart the computer and boot into the Advanced Boot Options and choose Safe Mode.

 

See if the graphics problem continues in Safe Mode.


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