NVIDIA Driver installation black screen wont boot GTX 780  

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    Windows 10 Pro 64
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       #11

    Ghot said:
    No. A clean install of Windows 10 has the same effect as DDU.
    Might want to try a different cable form the vid card to the monitor.

    Other things you could try...
    1. Try a different vid card if you have one.
    2. Try the GTX 780 in a different computer.
    3. Sometimes, reseating the RAM with help with a "black screen".
    I will be able to test the card in a different computer this weekend. Seem to be getting a BSOD with nvlddmkm.sys failing.
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    Win 10
       #12

    vetoed said:
    I will be able to test the card in a different computer this weekend. Seem to be getting a BSOD with nvlddmkm.sys failing.
    I have this same problem which occurred just yesterday. I installed a new m.2 drive in the back of the motherboard and now am experiencing same exact behavior you mentioned. I uninstalled it and re-seated the gpu but still have same issue. I can boot to safemode and uninstall the nvidia driver and then boot normally. But only after i install nvidias driver, windows gets stuck and wont boot into windows. I don't know what to do since this hasn't been an issue until yesterday.
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