Accidentally changed boot order now pc won’t display [PLEASE HELP]

Sep 7, 2019
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So i was in the bios and i samuel i clicked the wrong boot drive, my pc turns on fine (i’m assuming, since it was working 10 mins ago) but now my monitor won’t display anything

CPU: Ryzen 7 2700
RAM: 16GB 3200MHz Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro
SSD: 120GB Kingston
MOBO: A320M-S2H
OS: Windows 10

[All new apart from SSD, just built the pc]
 
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Ralston18

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Update your post to include full system hardware specs and OS.

Did you change anything else in BIOS?

Are you able to restart your pc and get back into BIOS?

If possible go back into bios and doublecheck that the boot order is correct.

Also try connecting the monitor directly to the integrated GPU on your motherboard - if available.
 
Sep 7, 2019
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Update your post to include full system hardware specs and OS.

Did you change anything else in BIOS?

Are you able to restart your pc and get back into BIOS?

If possible go back into bios and doublecheck that the boot order is correct.

Also try connecting the monitor directly to the integrated GPU on your motherboard - if available.
I’ve just updated it, no i cannot get back onto my BIOS as my screen does not detect a signal; i’ve tried connecting via a GPU and motherboard outputs.


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Ralston18

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What was the original reason for going into BIOS?

Any beeps from the motherboard? Any LEDs lit up?

Was the case open when you were working on the pc?

Either way, whether open or closed, check inside the case to ensure that all components, connections, jumpers, etc. are fully and firmly in place.

Try another known working video cable between pc and monitor.

Try another known working monitor or even a TV if the TV supports pc input.
 
Sep 7, 2019
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What was the original reason for going into BIOS?

Any beeps from the motherboard? Any LEDs lit up?

Was the case open when you were working on the pc?

Either way, whether open or closed, check inside the case to ensure that all components, connections, jumpers, etc. are fully and firmly in place.

Try another known working video cable between pc and monitor.

Try another known working monitor or even a TV if the TV supports pc input.
i wanted to higher the fans RPM as the cpu was on 80deg idle.

nope, no beeps or lights and i’ve tried the things you mentioned.

i think i’m just going to refund all the parts.


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