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Monitor loses connection after bios


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#1 Taraxippus

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Posted 05 May 2018 - 06:11 AM

When I turn on my computer I can get into the bios boot menu etc, but when it should take me to the windows 10 login page, my monitor loses connection

I have booted to safe mode and tried reinstalling my graphics card drivers, to no effect, and I can't think of anything else to try

If anyone could provide some help I would be very grateful

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#2 Condobloke

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Posted 05 May 2018 - 07:02 AM

 G'day Taraxippus, and Welcome to BC.

 

Can you access device manager in safe mode.......and see if there are any exclamation marks(yellow)...or red.....If there any particularly related to your current issue......right click the offending item and uninstall/delete/remove it......and then reboot.

You could also try System Restore from safe mode as well. This may be an idea to try first.....

 

Run System Restore: If your computer was recently working fine but it’s now unstable, you can use System Restore to restore its system state to the earlier, known-good configuration. Assuming your computer is unstable and crashing, it may be possible to run System Restore without crashing from Safe Mode.


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