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Windows 10 doesn't work with DVI

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#1 99913


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Posted 14 July 2017 - 10:03 PM

I recently booted from a USB to test a kernel I was working on. (not related, but it had an error leading it to crash. i located it in the code.) Later, i set the BIOS settings back to the ones I had before booting from this USB. The computer booted, but the screen no longer showed anything. I switched to a VGA cable, which worked (the computer showed the screen, and I logged in.) I am posting this from the computer mentioned in the post via VGA.


My computer is a Dell XPS 8900 (Nvidia GTX 745, Intel i7-6700, 16GB RAM). It totally worked before I ran the USB.


I'm suspicious about the USB drive boot; it operated in VGA text-mode so I think the monitor now expects that.


Please help, as it would be optimal if I ran in DVI. Thanks. 


EDIT: My monitor is a ProArt 1920x1200 1080p. 

Edited by 99913, 14 July 2017 - 10:03 PM.

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Posted 17 July 2017 - 08:41 PM

Possible graphics card drivers now missing?

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