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My bios made my monitor stop working

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#1 rubenst


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Posted 04 January 2016 - 11:07 AM

Hello all this is my first post so im not sure if its at the correct spot or not apologizing in advance i was having trouble with some of my games searched internet and stufff only made it worse ofcourse but then i looked at the bios at video settings and went from auto to something else now when i start up my pc the pc will start but my monitor will say its going to sleep mode it will stay black after that everything i tried failed please help would rlly appreciate it alot thanks for taking your time

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#2 britechguy


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Posted 04 January 2016 - 11:36 AM



          A lot more information will be needed:


                          Machine Make & Model

                          Operating System (even though BIOS comes ahead of that, it can be useful)

                          BIOS version you had before and the one you attempted to upgrade to

                          Source for the BIOS file you used to upgrade


This will also belong on another forum, but having the above might help to decide which one.

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