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No Video output from the Graphics Card ssd hard drive won't boot.

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July 30, 2014 10:24:32 PM

My desktop of 2 years randomly has stopped giving any video output, when I connect the dvi to the on board output it starts to boot but bluescreens too quick for me to see what it says. I have replaced the psu and everything worked fine for 2 weeks before doing the same thing. Today I received a third psu, and I'm still not getting video on the graphics card. I know the card works because it works in my friends rig.

Asrock z68 Extreme 3 Gen 3
8gb G.Skill ram
750w Corsair 80w Gold
i5-2500k
Sapphire 7970 OC
Segate 2tb hd
500gb 2.5in hard drive
120gb SSD

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July 30, 2014 10:41:41 PM

Do you see the bios startup phase at all? Can you get into the bios ? Bluescreening is used inthe context of windows so lets hear if you can get past the post phase at all first
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July 30, 2014 11:03:45 PM

Kris Degruytere said:
Do you see the bios startup phase at all? Can you get into the bios ? Bluescreening is used inthe context of windows so lets hear if you can get past the post phase at all first


Something weird the bios startup phase is alot quicker than normal the startup graphic doesn't stay on the screen long before attempting to boot windows, but I can get into the setup to select the boot drive ect..
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July 31, 2014 2:50:37 PM

Ok. Try to reset the bios( jumpers or button, check the manual) and move your graphics card to the other pci slot. Be sure its fitted correctly. Then boot into safe mode( F8key). If all that works and is stable, try removing all your video drivers - there are cleanup utilities for this e.g on guru3d.com- reboot and reinstall correct videodrivers. See what it gives.
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July 31, 2014 6:07:50 PM

Kris Degruytere said:
Ok. Try to reset the bios( jumpers or button, check the manual) and move your graphics card to the other pci slot. Be sure its fitted correctly. Then boot into safe mode( F8key). If all that works and is stable, try removing all your video drivers - there are cleanup utilities for this e.g on guru3d.com- reboot and reinstall correct videodrivers. See what it gives.


I reset the BIOS and moved the graphics card, the graphics card now works, but it starts loading the files in safe mode but then blue screens and restarts.
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