Hello I have had win 7 installed for a few weeks now, and today I had 4 BSODs one after another, 10minutes apart, after one of the BSOD's by resolution had gone back to 800x600 (normally 1280x1050 i think)Since then I restored windows and I thought that fixed the problem but when i shut down the pc and went away for a few hours i came back and tried to boot it & it came up with input not supported, I can't even see it booting or get access to the bios at all.......any ideas?
I suspect my videocard is bust what do you guys/gals reckon?
I'm in urgent need of advice as i've just had to type all this from my iphone.
Ok well my vid card only has 2 x dvi-d outputs and my monitor has 1 x vga & 1 x dvid.
I had it connect with a dvi cable and i got that input not supported message (even though this is the same cable i had been using for a year or so).
I then changed the cable to a vga type cable with a dvid adaptor on one side so it can plug in to my vid card and wala it worked.
AFTER LOTS OF LOOKING AT DIFERENT REMEDIES AND ADVICE I DECIDED TO START AT THE BOTTOM AND JUST GO TO DISPLAY PROPERTIES AND LOWER THE SCREEN RESOLUTION TO ITS MINIMUM....YES IT WORKED FIRST TIME SOLUTION IS.. > MY COMPUTER > CHANGE A SETTING > APPEARANCE AND THEMES > CHANGE THE SCREEN RESOLUTION > 800 BY 600 / HIGHEST 32 BIT > OK .......GOOD LUCK