Question Display takes minutes to turn on after PC has been booted

Feb 14, 2022
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After performing a clean install of Windows 10 after an incident occurred, when my PC rebooted literally RIGHT after it got done installing, I noticed that the display wasn't on. It wasn't a black screen. I didn't even have signal. So I waited a couple of minutes and when the display finally turned on, the PC was already booting into Windows 10. This is a big problem because it takes longer to boot that way and constricts me of getting into the BIOS. Is there any hotfix for this?
 
Feb 14, 2022
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Test each monitor alone see if it makes a diff.
That didn't work. I know someone is going to ask a clueless question like "Can you access your BIOS?" when I already said that in the thread. So I'm going to say it again, even though it's obvious now: I cannot access my BIOS. By the time the monitor does actually turn on, my PC has already booted into Windows.
 

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