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    Default Display Problems & New GPU Suggestions.

    Well, my GPU is Dead i guess. Every time I connect through GPU, there's no display after d Windows Boot up but works perfectly through motherboard. Its Sapphire 7770 OC. No warranty left.

    Is there any solution? Will really appreciate any.

    Btw if there's no solution, can any1 suggest a new GPU. I haven't updated my gpu yet bcoz i don't play any games except Fifa 16.
    So please plz suggest a budget friendly gpu that will be suffice to play Fifa 16 & 17 next. Thanks in advance.


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    u can try this as ur last hope:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forhad666 View Post
    ...there's no display after d Windows Boot up...
    What happens before your windows boots up? Can you see the BIOS/UEFI POST screen with the GPU?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swapnil View Post
    What happens before your windows boots up? Can you see the BIOS/UEFI POST screen with the GPU?

    Yes i can even change Bios. Installed windows from DVD n Pen drive. Then went to d choosing settings of windows 10. But nothing comes after that. Blank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed View Post
    u can try this as ur last hope:
    I dont have d technical expertise to open a gpu :/
    Is there any good repairing shops? I was thinking of taking it to StarTech, Multiplan Centre.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Forhad666 View Post
    Yes i can even change Bios. Installed windows from DVD n Pen drive. Then went to d choosing settings of windows 10. But nothing comes after that. Blank.

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    I dont have d technical expertise to open a gpu :/
    Is there any good repairing shops? I was thinking of taking it to StarTech, Multiplan Centre.
    I don't get it. Why did you jump to the conclusion that your GPU is dead when it still works on BIOS/POST.

    Here's an super advanced level logical analysis,

    BIOS + 7770 = Works
    BIOS + Built in GPU = Works
    Windows + 7770 = Doesn't Work
    Windows + Built in GPU = Works

    Above, all 4 of the components in this analysis works on at least one of the combinations, so all 4 of them are OK, none of them are dead. Just a single combination doesn't work, but again both components on this combination works on other conditions. Then, there must be a problem on the factors that is involved on that certain combination. And one big factor I can name, that is, the Windows 10 drivers.

    OK, lectures aside, try out a different version of windows, or try to run a Linux from pendrive to make sure of what I'm suggesting, that is the GPU is not dead, before trying to put it into an oven. But if you really actually want to just upgrade the GPU, and really want the current one to die to make a path for that, you can donate it to me for free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swapnil View Post
    I don't get it. Why did you jump to the conclusion that your GPU is dead when it still works on BIOS/POST.

    Here's an super advanced level logical analysis,

    BIOS + 7770 = Works
    BIOS + Built in GPU = Works
    Windows + 7770 = Doesn't Work
    Windows + Built in GPU = Works

    Above, all 4 of the components in this analysis works on at least one of the combinations, so all 4 of them are OK, none of them are dead. Just a single combination doesn't work, but again both components on this combination works on other conditions. Then, there must be a problem on the factors that is involved on that certain combination. And one big factor I can name, that is, the Windows 10 drivers.

    OK, lectures aside, try out a different version of windows, or try to run a Linux from pendrive to make sure of what I'm suggesting, that is the GPU is not dead, before trying to put it into an oven. But if you really actually want to just upgrade the GPU, and really want the current one to die to make a path for that, you can donate it to me for free.

    I wasnt sure about my gpu dying. But only bcoz im able to use my pc even do some laggy gaming without d GPU made me come to that conclusion.
    I really dont have d money or interest of buying new gpu. Mainly bcoz like i said I ONLY play Fifa n 7770 is well capable to run that game in 1080p.
    btw i did install windows 7 from a DVD. Same story, combination 3 didnt work.

    Btw some things i forgot to mention.
    Problems started with me loading a game > Windows crashed > blue screen with a warning sound of a Nuclear meltdown > Restart to bios > blank
    GPU wasnt moved or touched b4. I did tried to clean it with airflow of a table fan then tried again. same.


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