Black screen before BIOS starts after receiving 'VIDEO SCHEDULER INTERNAL ERROR'

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One day I got the 'blue screen of death' when I was surfing the interwebs with error 'VIDEO SCHEDULER INTERNAL ERROR'. Windows did all it's repairing stuff, waited like 10 minuets, my PC restarted and from now on, all I receive is a black screen (monitor is on) before the BIOS even boots. The GPU fans spin and the lights are on.

Card is: AMD R9 Fury

The only way in which I can use my computer is if I remove my GPU from my motherboard and plug my Display Cable into the motherboard directly and use integrated graphics.

I have tried:

- different PCIe slots
- removing GPU's drivers
- updating GPU's drivers

I have been without a solution now for about a month. I know you might suggest testing the card in someone else's rig but I don't know anyone who would do that for me, also I took it into a computer shop and they refused to test it for me.

What could be the problem?

Any help would be greatly appreciated, cheers!
 
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Whenever the GPU is installed into the motherboard, the same issue occurs; no display but signal is being sent. Maybe I can choose the integrated as primary graphics but I can't find that option in my BIOS (my BIOS is UEFI).
 
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My motherboard is the ASUS Z170-A. I've tried keeping the monitor connected to the mb while the Fury is installed, yes and the same problem occurs.
 

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One day I got the 'blue screen of death' when I was surfing the interwebs with error 'VIDEO SCHEDULER INTERNAL ERROR'. Windows did all it's repairing stuff, waited like 10 minuets, my PC restarted and from now on, all I receive is a black screen (monitor is on) before the BIOS even boots. The GPU fans spin and the lights are on.

Card is: AMD R9 Fury

The only way in which I can use my computer is if I remove my GPU from my motherboard and plug my Display Cable into the motherboard directly and use integrated graphics.

I have tried:

  • different PCIe slots
  • removing GPU's drivers
  • updating GPU's drivers
I have been without a solution now for about a month. I know you might suggest testing the card in someone else's rig but I don't know anyone who would do that for me, also I took it into a computer shop and they refused to test it for me.

What could be the problem?

Any help would be greatly appreciated, cheers!
Hey, quick question for research: What was your CPU at this time? I have been encountering the same problem, something I've noticed is Ryzen 5 1500X being the issue. Thanks.
 

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