Question Black screen / No input

Jun 7, 2021
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Black screen / No input
Hello so I have a huge problem.Not too long ago I got a new psu and gpu from my friend PSU is TT Toughtpower 750w and GPU is Asus ROG STRIX RX 560 4GB Evo gaming.I installed the new PSU and GPU but before that with the old GT 220 i used ddu to remove all the nvidia drivers then Installed the new card and when I started the PC the PC DOS did come up it started booting into windows and after few seconds my monitor just shuts off saying Monitor going to sleep or No input signal. Idk what could be the problem I changed cables and reinstalled wibdows but no matter what I do my screen doesnt stay on after Windows loading logo but PC boots up normally. I also have HDMI TO VGA adapter but I dont think thats a problem.
Full system specs
Motherboard: MSI GD70 790FX
CPU: AMD PHENOM II X4 955 3.2 Ghz Black Edition
GPU: RX 560 4GB OC Evo
RAM: 10 GB DDR3
Cooler: Arctic Freezer Xtreme
Windows 10 x64
 

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Black screen / No input
Hello so I have a huge problem.Not too long ago I got a new psu and gpu from my friend PSU is TT Toughtpower 750w and GPU is Asus ROG STRIX RX 560 4GB Evo gaming.I installed the new PSU and GPU but before that with the old GT 220 i used ddu to remove all the nvidia drivers then Installed the new card and when I started the PC the PC DOS did come up it started booting into windows and after few seconds my monitor just shuts off saying Monitor going to sleep or No input signal. Idk what could be the problem I changed cables and reinstalled wibdows but no matter what I do my screen doesnt stay on after Windows loading logo but PC boots up normally. I also have HDMI TO VGA adapter but I dont think thats a problem.
Full system specs
Motherboard: MSI GD70 790FX
CPU: AMD PHENOM II X4 955 3.2 Ghz Black Edition
GPU: RX 560 4GB OC Evo
RAM: 10 GB DDR3
Cooler: Arctic Freezer Xtreme
Windows 10 x64
If it managed to boot into Windows after using DDU and into the desktop, then it may not be Windows. However, I will say that it might be. Why? Because of automatic driver updates. It could have installed an incorrect driver and now won't let you visibly see any Windows (in your eyes, but it's there).

I would try and figure out a way to do DDU again. When you do though, please go to the options and at the bottom: "Prevent Windows from automatically downloading..." blah blah blah. It will save you a lot of trouble.

BEFORE you do any of this though, why not try the HDMI to VGA? If you don't think it's a problem, then it might just very well be the actual problem.
 

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