Help with Windows 10 installation/boot

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  1. Posts : 62
    Windows 7
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       #21

    Torquemada said:
    My bad "I did forget to turn off dual monitor in my bios, and then it re installed my integrated drivers. "

    Did you actually go into the BIOS and disable Onboard Graphics before attempting the upgrade?
    Yes I did, I did a reinstall of those things, it is that my mobo actually makes the gpu the main card, but my mobo is also has an option for Dual monitors, I did a re install where I turned off all features dealing with the integrated gpu and am still getting the same error, read all my posts please before asking questions I've answered
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  2. Posts : 2
    Win 8.1
       #22

    Unplug my second monitor and bam it booted right up
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  3. Posts : 46
    64-bit 10240 10 Pro
       #23

    TimeLincoln said:
    Yes I did, I did a reinstall of those things, it is that my mobo actually makes the gpu the main card, but my mobo is also has an option for Dual monitors, I did a re install where I turned off all features dealing with the integrated gpu and am still getting the same error, read all my posts please before asking questions I've answered
    OK before the upgrade did you remove Avast and/or any other malware products?
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  4. Posts : 62
    Windows 7
    Thread Starter
       #24

    Unfortunately I don't have a second monitor for these fixes to work. Like I have said, the computer starts up, the windows logo appears, with that swirl that indicates it is loading up, and where the login should appear nothing does, it is a blank screen and my keyboard shuts off completely. I do not think this is a graphics issue, because if it was why would it shut down my keyboard?
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  5. Posts : 46
    64-bit 10240 10 Pro
       #25

    TimeLincoln said:
    Unfortunately I don't have a second monitor for these fixes to work. Like I have said, the computer starts up, the windows logo appears, with that swirl that indicates it is loading up, and where the login should appear nothing does, it is a blank screen and my keyboard shuts off completely. I do not think this is a graphics issue, because if it was why would it shut down my keyboard?
    OK before the upgrade did you remove Avast and/or any other malware products? ????
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  6. Posts : 62
    Windows 7
    Thread Starter
       #26

    Gary said:
    OK before the upgrade did you remove Avast and/or any other malware products?
    Yes, I have stated previously, antivirus is off, any protection off, disabled onboard gpu. Everything that has been recommended has been done. Now after windows initially installs I can log in, the resolution is way off, I install my nvidia drivers, but I know if I uninstall then the computer will not boot up again properly. Now all the problem seems to be with the boot up. Sometimes the boot does work properly and I can log in again. But 90% of the time that is not the case. I just have the blank black screen with no mouse cursor and no keyboard functionality
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  7. Posts : 133
    Windows 10
       #27

    You got me thinking now, please forgive me if this was already covered , some have said that when they set their bios to defaults they had no more issues.
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  8. Posts : 46
    64-bit 10240 10 Pro
       #28

    TimeLincoln said:
    Yes, I have stated previously, antivirus is off, any protection off, disabled onboard gpu. Everything that has been recommended has been done. Now after windows initially installs I can log in, the resolution is way off, I install my nvidia drivers, but I know if I uninstall then the computer will not boot up again properly. Now all the problem seems to be with the boot up. Sometimes the boot does work properly and I can log in again. But 90% of the time that is not the case. I just have the blank black screen with no mouse cursor and no keyboard functionality
    Try using DDU to remove your drivers Your Avast just can't be off, it has to be removed.

    http://www.guru3d.com/files-details/...-download.html
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  9. Posts : 62
    Windows 7
    Thread Starter
       #29

    letmein said:
    You got me thinking now, please forgive me if this was already covered , some have said that when they set their bios to defaults they had no more issues.
    Yes, when first trying that I did try to use the onboard gpu, but windows 10 sets your graphics card as the default gpu with your onboard gpu as a dual monitor, now when I disabled the onboard gpu I stopped getting the BSOD errors. But I'm still encountering the blank screen on reboot problem
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  10. Posts : 62
    Windows 7
    Thread Starter
       #30

    Gary said:
    Try using DDU to remove your drivers Your Avast just can't be off, it has to be removed.

    http://www.guru3d.com/files-details/...-download.html
    I cannot removed my nvidia drivers if I do, then I will have no drivers at all for visual. The original error was that my onboard gpu would cause a BSOD, so I know that the PC will not run if I use those drivers, again I do not think this is a gpu error any further based on the current problem upon reboot
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