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So i did a system refresh on my desktop (the windows 8 kind where it t clears everything except songs video and pictures, and also re installs all parts of windows) anyway it told me my PC was gonna restart (like it should) and i waited for a little over an hour for my monitor to show picture again, so i turned my PC off and on again but now it wont show picture no matter how long i wait(been 2 hours).
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Hmm you might need to reinstall windows 8 Get another copy from a friend or something
it could be Physical Hard-drive damage
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Tanto wrote Hmm you might need to reinstall windows 8 Get another copy from a friend or something
it could be Physical Hard-drive damage


even if i did buy a win8 disk, do you think it will show picture?
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Maybe you could open up System BIOS Like hit F12 Or F11 Find out which one it is and then you Could have it boot up from disk
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Tanto wrote Maybe you could open up System BIOS Like hit F12 Or F11 Find out which one it is and then you Could have it boot up from disk


that didnt work either
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i hate when people bump, but i have been searching every where for a fix and i dont know what else to try
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Perform a clean install of Windows. Get a disk or burn one from the internet (if you do not have one) and boot your computer from the disk and reinstall Windows. NOT upgrading or refresh PC.
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