|16 Jan 2013||#1|
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Tv not displaying anything after boot and windows logo
hi guys, i'm new here and i know there are many posts similar to this but i have not found a solution that helps me so here the problem.
I have a machine running windows 7 64bit and previously i had a 500gb hdd in the machine, i purchased a tv monitor of a friend who had upgraded his, but once i connected this through dvi i have the issue stated no signal past the windows logo upon boot. my friend came around to my house one night and solved this issue, he did something within the task manager and something else and by magic it worked, i think he said something about conflict of drivers i'm not too sure we are going back a few years. So i KNOW that my monitor works because it has been working for 3 years at least.
Now my hdd failed so i recently upgraded for a nice new ssd super quick as we all know, i did a fresh install of windows and now i am having this same issue with my monitor not displaying and unfortunately for me this time i have not got a friend so close by to come and fix this again.
so what i do know is that there is a fix somewhere within windows and that i do not have any faulty hardware or monitor, but i am stuck.
if anyone knows what this fix is please can you help me out because it is starting to annoy me knowing the fix is out there and i can't figure it out!
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