Windows 10: PC boots as mobile device after recent update Solved

  1.    07 Jan 2016 #1

    PC boots as mobile device after recent update


    I've had this problem before and I don't know how it ultimately got resolved, but my PC is booting up as a mobile device, and it does not recognize my GTX 980 GPU. Next thing I know, my screen is absolutely huge. I've tried a clean install of the NVIDIA driver and also ran CCLEANER. No luck. My GTX 980 is listed in the device manager, and is said to be working properly, but I obviously beg to differ.

    How can I fix this?

    EDIT: I actually fixed it by resetting my CMOS. On my motherboard, there's a CLR CMOS button on the back. I really have no idea how this happened in the first place, but it seemed to have happened after an update.
    Last edited by JOSHSKORN; 07 Jan 2016 at 02:20.
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