Windows 10 Power Saving eversince Reset

Discussion in 'Crashes, BSODs and Debugging' started by LemonGarb, Dec 18, 2016.

  1. LemonGarb


    Dec 18, 2016
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    I have a Windows 10 Desktop Computer with a
    B150 Pro Gaming Motherboard
    ASUS GeForce GTX 1060 3GB
    1TB HDD
    8 GB RAM HyperX Fury

    My monitor is a Samsung SyncMaster BX 2035
    Using a DVI to HDMI display cable

    My PC is new, got it last Thursday, December 15th, 2 days in I choose to perform a Factory Reset. I choose the option to keep my personal files and reset everything else.

    As soon as I click the Reset button, and the PC begins to Reset, My Display goes off, my monitor goes into Power Saving mode; I thought that was normal and it was resetting so I went to bed, the next morning I wake up only to find it still black, assuming it is over as it should be; I restart the PC, only to find that the display is still not working.

    I tried to use the integrated Graphics card in the Motherboard but still no response.

    I attempted all the fixes I saw, Clearing the CMOS, Cleaning the RAM and placing it back, using a different monitor. But none worked.

    The PC boots up and the lights go on and I hear the fans but no display still.

    I hope to get a response as soon as possible.
    LemonGarb, Dec 18, 2016
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  2. LemonGarb

    Trouble Noob Whisperer Moderator

    Nov 19, 2013
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    Northwest Indiana U.S.A.
    Hello and welcome to the forum.
    I think I would boot from the installation media and use the "Repair your PC" link on the second page after the Language and Keyboard page and see if I could use
    Troubleshooting -> Advanced Troubleshooting
    AND attempt a Startup Repair or a System Restore and see if that helped at all.
    You might also try Startup settings to see if booting into Safe Mode or Safe Mode with networking produced anything.
    Trouble, Dec 18, 2016
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