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Windows 7: Dual Monitor Problem - Computer turns off after Windows Logo shows up

07 Apr 2013   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
Dual Monitor Problem - Computer turns off after Windows Logo shows up

Hi everyone! I'm having a problem with my dual monitor setup, one DVI and one with HDMI, all connected on my NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 GPU. The thing is, my cpu boots up. But after the Windows Logo shows up, instead of bringing me to the log on screen, the computer shuts down.

I have the latest drivers of NVIDIA (314.22). I tried to reinstall the driver in Safe Mode but it didn't work. The problem persists. While on Safe Mode, I uninstalled the NVIDIA Driver and restarted my computer. After that, my computer brought me to the logon screen but the resolution was very low and as I logged in my password and proceeded to my desktop, the resolution is also low and my 2nd monitor is on idle.

Take note that my primary monitor is the one with the DVI.

Thanks in advance!

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07 Apr 2013   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit

Ok, after a few tinkering, I figured out that it was a hardware problem. What I did was I disconnected the DVI and the HDMI from the graphic card, then detached the graphic card from the motherboard. After a few seconds, I placed back the graphic card and connected the DVI and HDMI and ta da!, everything worked out fine.
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