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no boot device / distorted resolution


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#1 rocktobot

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Posted 24 July 2015 - 04:35 PM

Ok, so im essentially computer illiterate, so you have to talk to me as if i were a child.

 

I was playing league of legends (i know) and my computer crashed. I rebooted, rejoined the game, and 30 seconds in it crashed again. It would not reboot after that, saying "no boot device detected". After a quick goodle search some people said that forcing a computer shutdown and restarting it would work. I tried that, and it did, sort of...Now the resolution is Huge, and everything is distorted, icons are pixelated, way larger than they should be, and logos are all screwed up. I have no idea what to do now :(



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#2 jhayz

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Posted 25 July 2015 - 12:13 AM

It's possible that due to repeated overheating and stress due to unwanted shutdowns/crahes, the motherboard and some components are damaged. Best to take it to a computer repair shop for them to diagnose better. :thumbup2: By the way,  :welcome: to the BC Community. 


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