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  1. Ghot's Avatar
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       #31

    Riptide1546 said:
    OK thank you for the help, Sorry for wasting your time. Best regards!


    You didn't waste my time at all.

    There's just not much I can do except say... re-seat the RAM and cross your fingers.
    We don't even have a BSOD to work with. (Blue Screen of Death)
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       #32

    Ghot said:
    Yeah...you're probably gonna have to take that to best Buy.

    I was hoping you had another video source... HDMI or DVI or VGA or Display Port. :/



    One of the reasons a lot of us build our own computers, is that companies like Dell and HP... etc., use proprietary parts.
    And to save money they use fairly cheap parts.

    I wish there was more I could do... but without an image on the screen...
    Theres no image?
    Does this work?
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  3. Ghot's Avatar
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       #33

    Riptide1546 said:
    Theres no image?
    Does this work?



    No I can see your picture. But without an image on your monitor... there isn't much we can do.


    Like I said before... for problems like this (probably caused by a driver, if you're right) re-installing Windows would probably fix things somewhat. But you need to be able to see things on your monitor to reinstall Windows.




    The only other possible thing I can think of is to try different cable types.
    It looks like you have HDMI, Display Port and DVI connectors on your video card.

    I don't know what connectors you have on your monitor, but let's say your monitor also had... a DVI connector. Then I would suggest trying a DVI cable.
    Who knows...the HDMI connector on the vid card or the monitor could have broken.
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       #34

    Ghot said:
    No I can see your picture. But without an image on your monitor... there isn't much we can do.


    Like I said before... for problems like this (probably caused by a driver, if you're right) re-installing Windows would probably fix things somewhat. But you need to be able to see things on your monitor to reinstall Windows.
    Would factory reseting work or do you need image for that aswell?
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  5. Ghot's Avatar
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    Riptide1546 said:
    Would factory reseting work or do you need image for that aswell?


    Maybe the DELL factory reset, but you might have to get a CD from them to access it.
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       #36

    Ghot said:
    Maybe the DELL factory reset, but you might have to get a CD from them to access it.
    Alright Thanks for the help.
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  7. sygnus21's Avatar
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       #37

    Riptide1546 said:
    Yes the link is https://www.amd.com/en/support/previ.../radeon-rx-560 and the download was the windows 64 bit edition.
    Yes, that is the correct driver, and link for the drivers you need. No issues there.

    As for trying to boot into the BIOS, it's usually pressing the delete key, but if could be F2, F12, or something else. You'd have to look towards your owner's manual.

    As for seeing if the card is bad, if you know any friend or family who knows PC's, perhaps they could remove the card and test it themselves.

    There's also the possibility the card died. It happens. If you could figure out how to enter the BIOS and actually got a BIOS screen, that alone would tell you the card is working since you got a BIOS screen. Outside of that though, yeah, the card could be dead....

    Best Buy is expensive, and especially if the PC is out of warranty. If at all possible find a friend or neighbor (whom you trust) to look at the PC and see what they can figure out.

    The other thing would be to remove the card and place it in another PC to see if it works. That'll tell you if it's the card or your PC.

    Good luck.
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