My computer is not displaying anything on the screen

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Dear administrator, well my computer is not displaying anything. This started after I upgraded it. When an IT expert came and installed a processor and a new motherboard. Unfortunately after inserting my graphics card which is Nvidia8800 GT and try to start windows, well everything starts as usual before it eventually displays the empty screen. Right now I am working on secure mode with networking and that is why I am able to post this. I am currently attempting to start it in 800×600 screen resolutions while using 16 bit colour. Adding on that, I have also made a step to update all my drivers. Please help me out.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #109409

My computer is not displaying anything on the screen

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For the following reasons are responsible for not displaying of anything on the computer screen

  1. Monitor or system having no connection of  power
  2. Monitor is out of order
  3. Loose-fitting of VGA/DVI Cable Connection
  4. Video Card trouble
  5. AGP/PCI-e Connector trouble/Motherboard
  6. System RAM disorder.

The reason of your computer not displaying anything on the screen is that it does not incompatible with the hardware. More over it may be that some hardware components are not compatible with the others in your system. If you are not a knowledgeable computer repair person then it can be said that there is always the risk of static electricity damaging your components. it might be that your graphics card Nvidia 8800 GT is not well-suited with your motherboard which is newly set up.

 

 

Answered By 0 points N/A #109411

My computer is not displaying anything on the screen

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Since you can boot the computer into safe mode with networking and get display through there and assuming the problem of having no display only happens when you boot Windows normally, then the problem would be the drivers installed on your computer or it may be Windows itself. If the step that you made to update the drivers was unsuccessful, then see to it that your video graphics adapter drivers are indeed installed properly and are updated. Try to update your motherboard’s BIOS as well. If those fail, then try reinstalling Windows and have fresh drivers installed on your computer.

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