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No display after turning off computer for the night


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#1 Merx777

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Posted 16 June 2018 - 10:31 PM

Hello. I built this gaming computer about 2 years ago and have had this strange issue ever since I built it. If I turn off the computer for the night and start it back up the next day. It will start completely normally but have no display. I can hear windows booting up and everything else on my headphones and can even click around and open programs. However, the only way to fix it is to hold the power button until the computer shuts down and the start the computer again. However, if I just leave it off for a couple of hours, that doesn't happen. I have a feeling this might have something to do with my graphics card and/or my powersupply. 

 

Here are my specs: 

GPU: 980ti

PSU: 850W

CPU: 6700k I7

MoBo: MSI Z170A M5

Operating System: Windows 10 Home

RAM: 16 GB G-Skill Trident 2x8

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#2 eLPuSHeR

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Posted 20 June 2018 - 04:45 AM

Good day.

 

The only thing crossing my mind is that you check BIOS parameters or even look for an BIOS update. My Gigabyte gaming PC, sometimes forgot how to power on (I had to remove CMOS battery) and it has not done that since I updated its BIOS.






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