Sorry about the confusion, what I'm trying to say is that before I reset the jumpers my computer would display output to a monitor if I didn't press the Bios key, but now that I reset the jumpers there is no output at all
So I was able to fix the visual problem and boot into BIOS and am currently running the memtest right now. I'll tell you what I did to fix it in hopes that you can learn what the problem was. So I have two graphics cards so I tried plugging my HDMI cable into my other graphics card which didn't work, so then I got a different HDMI cable and tried it in both the HDMI ports which again didn't work. I then tried to plug that HDMI cable into a different monitor and in the two different ports again which didn't work. So then I had a DVI cable which I then plugged into my lower graphics card which I normally plug into which didn't work, but when I plugged into the top, I got CMOS Failed!, which I assume may be from resetting the jumpers?, so I then tried booting into Windows only for it to tell me that there was an error when trying to start Windows, so I chose the option to repair, which apparently worked as Windows launched with the Alienware logo and login screen. I then restarted with a HDMI cable plugged into my top graphics card, but either of my graphics cards displays output to the monitor.
Messing around a little more, I found that plugging into my lower GPU and starting up, there is no Alienware logo and Windows logo, but it still gets to the login screen, but with my top GPU the logos appear, which is surprising since I've been plugging into my lower GPU the whole time.
Edited by ClickityClick, 25 December 2017 - 07:19 PM.