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  1. dencal's Avatar
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    W10 Pro + W10 Preview
       #11

    CountMike said:
    dencal said:
    Have you got an install disc? if so insert, then click on computer repair, open command prompt and type.
    bootrec /rebuild then reboot computer.
    If you do not have an install disc you can get the advanced menu by doing the following,
    Start computer, then holding down the shift key restart the computer.
    He can't get to there !!!
    Do read his original post again, I quote....After a few more attempts to boot, I got that choice screen again (don't know how to bring it up myself) .
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  2. CountMike's Avatar
    Posts : 16,753
    W10 Insider + Linux
       #12

    dencal said:
    CountMike said:
    dencal said:
    Have you got an install disc? if so insert, then click on computer repair, open command prompt and type.
    bootrec /rebuild then reboot computer.
    If you do not have an install disc you can get the advanced menu by doing the following,
    Start computer, then holding down the shift key restart the computer.
    He can't get to there !!!
    Do read his original post again, I quote....After a few more attempts to boot, I got that choice screen again (don't know how to bring it up myself) .
    "Now I can't boot, the BIOS screen doesn't even display 90% of the time, and when it does I cannot enter it. "
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  3. topgundcp's Avatar
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    MintMate19x64 Win10Prox64
       #13

    I suggest that you should try to boot the PC with minimum configuration ie. disconnect everything except the Video Card, RAM and one boot disk and also double check:
    1. Your Video card 260GTX requires 2 6-pin power cables connected. If not, you'll get no video.
    2. reseat the RAM. If RAM is loosely seated or bad, you'll also get no video.
    3. Physically inspect the CPU heat sink to make sure it is tightly connected to the CPU. If not tightly connected, the PC will shutdown immediately after a few seconds.
    4. If your MB came with dual BIOS then there should be a switch on the MB. Try using the other BIOS.


    If still cannot boot. To make sure there's no short in the case, You might have take out the MB from the case and try again.
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