Windows 10: All 3 monitors are black, did something wrong with NVidia GTX 770 Solved

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  1.    14 Aug 2015 #21

    UKMedia said: View Post
    Hi

    Before windows starts is any text displayed on one of the monitors? If so, it should say display a message to press the 'del' key to modify the BIOS.

    If you are able to, select 'on board devices' and enable the on board graphics card then save and exit the BIOS. The machine will now restart and you should be able to plug one of your monitors into the DVI port on the main PC.
    Hi
    Got something at last. I pressed DEL when the MEDION tekst was on the screen.
    Aptio Setup Utility - Copyright (C) 2013 American Megatrends, Inc.
    With the following tabs: Main - Advanced - Boot - Security - Save & Exit

    Advanced gives:
    OS Configuration
    Trusted Computing
    Advanced BIOS Setup
    Advanced Chipset Setup
    CPU configuration
    PC Health Status
    Frequency/Voltage Control
    ME Subsystem
    Power Management Setup
    Intel (R) Smart Connect Technology

    Advanced BIOS Setup Configuration gives:
    Bootup NumLock State [ON]
    Quiet Boot [Enabled]
    MPS Revision 1.4

    I could not find "on board devices" and did not change anything yet.

    Regards
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  2.    14 Aug 2015 #22

    Bert Galjaard said: View Post
    Hi
    Got something at last. I pressed DEL when the MEDION tekst was on the screen.
    Aptio Setup Utility - Copyright (C) 2013 American Megatrends, Inc.
    With the following tabs: Main - Advanced - Boot - Security - Save & Exit

    Advanced gives:
    OS Configuration
    Trusted Computing
    Advanced BIOS Setup
    Advanced Chipset Setup
    CPU configuration
    PC Health Status
    Frequency/Voltage Control
    ME Subsystem
    Power Management Setup
    Intel (R) Smart Connect Technology

    Advanced BIOS Setup Configuration gives:
    Bootup NumLock State [ON]
    Quiet Boot [Enabled]
    MPS Revision 1.4

    I could not find "on board devices" and did not change anything yet.

    Regards
    Thinking about this a bit more - sorry I should have thought of this before...
    If you physically remove the graphics card it should auto enable the on-board graphics card by you next switch on. Try that first and if not the following section:

    All BIOS menu's are slightly different depending upon the manufacturer. Have a look under Main and if you can't find it just have look through the menu's. Depending upon what on-board (Part of your Mother Board) devices you have, you should see On-board sound and On-board graphics or video - you need to enable on-board graphics/video or set it to PEG/IGD.

    Regards
    UKMedia
    Last edited by UKMedia; 15 Aug 2015 at 01:11.
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  3.    15 Aug 2015 #23

    UKMedia said: View Post
    Thinking about this a bit more - sorry I should have thought of this before...
    If you physically remove the graphics card it should auto enable the on-board graphics card by you next switch on. Try that first and if not the following section:

    All BIOS menu's are slightly different depending upon the manufacturer. Have a look under Main and if you can't find it just have look through the menu's. Depending upon what on-board (Part of your Mother Board) devices you have, you should see On-board sound and On-board graphics or video - you need to enable on-board graphics/video or set it to PEG/IGD.

    Regards
    UKMedia
    Good morning,

    It's raining here in Holland. You edited your message which I read yesterday evening. Before I read the edited one I did the following:
    When tekst on screen press Del
    Select 'Advanced'
    Select 'Advanced Chipset Setup'
    Enter
    Select 'Initiate Graphic Adapter'
    Enter
    Select 'IGD'
    F10
    Yes
    Switch off PC


    Switch off monitor
    Connect monitor to internal graphics
    Switch on monitor
    Switch on PC

    First I got a black screen but after sometime I had the Windows 10 wallpaper and I could login.

    Thanks to your help which I appreciate very much.

    Is it right to assume that the problem is the Graphics Driver and that I should download one who works with Windows 10?

    Downloaded version 355.60. Installed the new driver. Changed in the Aptio Setup Utility IGD back to AUTO en now I have three screens back.
    Last edited by Bert Galjaard; 15 Aug 2015 at 04:46.
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  4.    15 Aug 2015 #24

    Bert Galjaard said: View Post
    Good morning,

    It's raining here in Holland. You edited your message which I read yesterday evening. Before I read the edited one I did the following:
    When tekst on screen press Del
    Select 'Advanced'
    Select 'Advanced Chipset Setup'
    Enter
    Select 'Initiate Graphic Adapter'
    Enter
    Select 'IGD'
    F10
    Yes
    Switch off PC


    Switch off monitor
    Connect monitor to internal graphics
    Switch on monitor
    Switch on PC

    First I got a black screen but after sometime I had the Windows 10 wallpaper and I could login.

    Thanks to your help which I appreciate very much.

    Is it right to assume that the problem is the Graphics Driver and that I should download one who works with Windows 10?

    Downloaded version 355.60. Installed the new driver. Changed in the Aptio Setup Utility IGD back to AUTO en now I have three screens back.
    Great news
      My ComputerSystem Spec


 
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