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Can not bootup in normal mode. Okay in safe mode.

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#1 dumafach


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Posted 21 March 2015 - 11:14 AM

I do not know what I did but now I can not start up my computer. I had a tv for monitor. I changed that back out and put back in my HP monitor that came with computer. When I started computer I did not notice it had started the chkdisk program. I looked up to see I had 2 seconds to stop it. I did not make it. I found the second disk I added was bad. I shut down computer and removed the second disk. Previously I changed the power supply and the video card. I can start up in safe mode but not normal. It will check for disk and then start up and then the monitor will shut down. No signal shows before it shuts down, This may be simple fix but I do not know. Please help.

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#2 zcomputerwiz


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Posted 22 March 2015 - 09:51 AM

Sounds like it may be your graphics driver, video device, or a windows update (or something similar).

Try uninstalling your graphics card driver in safe mode and see if the screen stays on when you boot into regular mode.

Have you tried turning it off and on again?

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